smoking room

  1. Aurélien WOLFF

    Could they have installed the rear gantry davits without raising the 3rd class smoke room and at what point where those gantry planned in the design?

    Hello, I wonder if they had to raise that part of the ship for the davits if they were able to install them on the boat deck "normally" and at what point were they planned,after or before the sinking? I wonder if the britannic was done without the titanic sinking, it'd keep its welin davits...
  2. William Oakes

    Harland & Wolff, Titanic and Olympic smoking room tiles

    During my recent visit to Belfast Ireland, in October 2023, I visited the former Headqurters of Harland and Woflf. It is now a hotel called the Titanic Hotel. I explained that I was a Titanic researcher from the United States and I was given free reign to roam about. The drawing office is mostly...
  3. Cam Houseman

    The Third Class Stairwell, General Room, and Smoke Room, had Green Tiles

    Hi! Recently I have seen that some still think the Third Class (if you do, that's ok!) Stairwell, General Room, and Smoking Room has red tiles. I will show you evidence that she had Green Tiles for each room. Here's a picture from 1992 and 2003 (copyright to RMST Inc, and CBS) Copyright NOAA...
  4. JvMartin

    Smoking Room Window Panels

    Does anyone knows the name of the paintings from the First Class Smoking Room glass panels?
  5. Arun Vajpey

    First Class Smoking Room's toilet

    If a passenger within the First Class Smoking Room wished to use the toilet, where was the nearest one?
  6. P

    Size of the first class smoking room

    Hi everybody, I see that the Titanic's smoking room was smaller than the Olympic's smoking room, and larger than that of the Britannic. Il's often talked about the reduction of the reading room, but never about reduction of the smoking room. Why ? Thanks you for your answers.
  7. Matthew Chapman

    2nd class Smoke Room cubbies

    Can anyone enlighten me as to these "confession booth" looking additions flanking the central seating booths in the 2nd class smoke room? On the deck plans, they appear to be doors leading into a tiny recess, but I can't find more information on it.
  8. 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...
  9. Jessie M.

    The Breakup from the Inside Out

    So I don't know if they've got an account on here or not, but the Gentlemen who are currently working on Titanic: Honor and Glory have actually created quite a few tear jerking shorts (Some of which I know for a fact are spread around here). One of their Shorts, titled Belfast Air , has got me...
  10. Luca

    Answered Who saw Thomas Andrews in the First Class smoking room during the sinking?

    It is often said Thomas Andrews was last seen at the fireplace in the Titanic's first class smoking room, but who saw him there?
  11. Arun Vajpey

    Second Class Smoking room at the time of collision

    I have read that when the Titanic collided with the iceberg at 23:40 hours on Sunday 14th April 1912, only two public rooms were officially still open - the First & second Class Smoking Rooms. Thanks to survivor accounts we know approximately who was in the First Class Smoking Room at the time...
  12. C

    The second class smoking room

    the smoking room of the second class was magnificent, the panels of oak. Your oak furniture, upholstered in dark green leather Moroccan. The floor was tiled Linoleum. For me its decor was wonderful, it was a project well done.
  13. E

    More Trivia For You...

    Reproductions of ashtrays from the Titanic are absent from the artifacts reproductions sales. Does this mean no one smoked on the Titanic (LOL), or is political correctness now manipulating history for our own good.
  14. D

    Smoking room colored slide on ebay Any thoughts on this? I realize it's hand colored and not a color photo but why the burgundy? The photo itself is more familiar in it's B&W form, so I'm guessing the...
  15. J

    1st class smoking room Adephi Hotel

    I found a few articles referencing the Adephi Hotel in Liverpool UK claiming it has an exact replica of the 1st Class smoking room built in 1912. Has anyone visited and can tell me any more? Many thanks Johnny
  16. D

    1st class smoking lounge

    hi everybody. here's my version of the first class smoking lounge. i know that the humans in the windows aren't perfect, but i'm not really good in creating humans :-) cheers daniel
  17. R

    Second Class smoking room

    Are there any pictures or descriptions?
  18. R

    Smoking room

    I would like as many details as possible please; doors, furniture, floor, ceiling, size etc, I'm making a model. Thank you!
  19. N

    The Smoking Room Chandelier

    In the Cincinnati exhibit there is a chandelier, said to be from the first class smoking room. While it does match stylistically to those seen in pictures (which I believe are all from Olympic) the number of sockets does not match. The one in the exhibit has five while the ones in the pictures...
  20. C

    Smoking Room Light Fixture Allocations

    For all those interested in the light fixture configuration of the 1st Class Smoking Room, below I will try to post a sample of where they were laid out. Please note that since this was at one time design for the Olympic's smoking Room, that the writing closet on the aft wall of the room was on...