Whilst looking at the cave list I see that the cabin that Andrews was occupied in is not list. I was wondering if this is because Andrews took any cabin that was free?
View attachment 48273I understand this is fairly older topic, I would like to add an image from the upcoming game "Titanic: Honor and Glory" in which they devs not only included Andrew's Cabin, but included it in their demo walkthrough. The accompanying image is what Andrew's cabin looked like.
Thomas Andrews Jr his stateroom A-36 was fitted out in Harland and Wolff bedroom B style and was among with A-37 the only stateroom on A-deck which was fitted out in a period style. A-37 of-course was occupied by Francis Browne (later known as father Browne) and he took 2 pictures of his stateroom. Francis Browne left the ship in Queenstown among with his pictures. The pictures are here below.
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If you mirror the picture you will have the impression how A-36 looked like.