dining saloon

  1. abraorafa

    Sources about First Class Dining Room Service

    Hello everyone! I advance that I am almost sure which service was used in first class dining room (the service à la russe), through simple deductions that I would like to share with you. However, "almost certainty" is not "certainty" and I want to know if anyone remembers having read something...
  2. Justin Litke

    First Class Dining Saloon stewards

    In Walter Lord's "A Night to Remember", during the collision, four stewards are mentioned as working in the First Class Dining Saloon. "Meanwhile, down below in the First Class dining saloon on D Deck, four other members of the Titanic’s crew were sitting around one of the tables. The last...
  3. Jason D. Tiller

    News Inside the London flat with decor that inspired the Titanic’s VIP dining room to rent for £15k per month

    The entire restaurant in the original building was copied on board the ill-fated Titanic, from the decor to the place settings. https://www.standard.co.uk/homesandproperty/luxury/london-flat-titanic-decor-vip-dining-room-b985937.html
  4. Cam Houseman

    Second Class Dining Saloon Tile on the Stern

    Hi Y'all! I found a Second Class Dining Saloon Tile, lying on the Second Class Entrance of the Stern. (Located in the NOAA 2003 Footage) Good eye, huh? I'm the First to spot it!! :D
  5. C

    Dining saloon closing time

    Hi all. I read somewhere that the dining saloon opened for dinner at 7pm, so im wondering when it was closed? Does anyone know when, or did the passengers just leave when they were done?
  6. R

    Missing persons at dinner in the saloon (table dynamics)

    Hi, I remember reading on here that allocated seating was provided for first class passengers in the saloon - requests could be made by passengers to the purser for preferences/changes to this and passengers tended to be placed in terms of common interest and nationality, etc. But, if some...
  7. Uomiuo

    Architectural styles of 1st and 2nd class spaces

    Recently, I've become interested in the use of different "styles" to convey different atmospheres within the upper-class spaces of the RMS Titanic. However, it's difficult finding reliable sources on which style each room conveyed. and even more so information on the styles themselves. Are...
  8. JJAstorII

    RMS Olympic silver platter

    I recently won this at auction from the Olympic and thought you would all enjoy seeing it. My mom, who is pretty good at antiques, told me that it used to be for ice to hold and you put oysters or shrimp on top. I just love the clawed feet
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  10. Christophe Puttemans

    First Class Dining Saloon picture: Olympic or Titanic?

    A beautiful colorization of a 1912 picture from Titanic's Dining Saloon. But wait... somebody said this was Olympic's. Could this be possible?
  11. M

    Where did the officers eat?

    Hello all, I know that the ship's officers had their own mess as it were, but were they expected to eat in the first class dining saloon if they weren't on duty at the bridge? Did they act as hosts? Thanks, ~Matt
  12. Charles Francis Dowling

    What happened to the boatswain mate after he opened the D Deck door?

    Ok, for this month the question is, what do you think happened to the boatswain mate after he opened the D Deck door.
  13. Charles Francis Dowling

    Titanic: Prediction of When Grand Staircase , Dining Room , Scotland Road Flooded

    Anyone tell me when scotland road , the grand staircase , and the first class dining room flooded? Here is my prediction. Grand Staircase : 2:10 when A Deck was flooding , Boat deck level 2:15 as dome imploded. First Class Dining Room: 1:55 as double doors of dining room slowly creaked...
  14. Charles Francis Dowling

    D Deck Candelabra Artifact/ Recovered?

    Hey , I just wanted to know , since the cherub in the grand staircase was recovered , how about the candelabra on D Deck? Was it recovered , or is it still in the reception room wreck , waiting to be found?
  15. M

    Flooding First Class Dining Saloon

    Did the dining saloon flood like in Cameron's film? Or was it more violent? Were the port and starboard entrance doors closed and locked? Were both left open? Or was one set open and the other closed? There is no evidence of either doors on the wreck either due to everything crashing forward/the...
  16. R

    Size of Stained-glass of 1st class Reception Room e Dining Room

    I just wondering if someone knows the size of the stained-glass windows in 1st class Reception Room and Dining Room?
  17. J

    Flooding of the Grand Staircase and Dining Room

    So I've been doing some thinking recently and examining pieces of evidence that I've gathered from various sources on the Internet (this board included) and kind of came to my own theory on how the Grand Staircase and the Dining Room ended up to be the way they are today. First I will present...
  18. J

    HOMERIC DINING ROOM now a theater in Scotland

    Pretty neat. I'd visit. http://www.scottishcinemas.org.uk/scotland/stonehouse/index.html
  19. D

    2nd Class Dining Room Aft Wall

    Check out the photo at the bottom of page 373 in TTSM Vol 2. On the aft wall there appears to be two patterned panels (windows?) flanking the double doors at the center, ending at the two inboard rows of pillars. One is also visible in the photo at the top of the same page in the reflection of...
  20. E

    Something I never understood about the dining room

    Why was the dining room aboard the Olympic class vessels considered more splendid, when the Lusitania boasted a two story room with balconies, plaster, gold leaf, a gigantic ornate dome with oil paintings of cherubs. Why is it that no one ever admits that the Lusitania's dining room ran rings...