1st Class Cabins

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Lester Mitcham

Member
Hi Michael,

First a minor correction. 135 [not 131] rooms on C-deck.

Rooms E-43 to E-88 were originally 2nd Class; then became 1st or 2nd Class. I had understood that they were designated as 1st Class on Titanic, but I now understand they could still have been 2nd Class. - In fact rooms E-1 to E-42 although designated as 1st Class could also be 2nd Class; leaving only rooms E-200 to E-203 [the 4 inside 4-berth rooms which could be accessed by the forward staircase from D-deck] as 1st Class. That would reduce 905 by 110.

All that just as my head was clearing and my vision was coming back.
Regards,
Lester
 
Michael H. Standart

Michael H. Standart

Member
>>All that just as my head was clearing and my vision was coming back.<<

Imagine what it would have been like for the people deciding how some of these cabins would have been used.
Mad
 
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