Cabin B64

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Magnar Vikoeren

Magnar Vikoeren

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Two different B-deck cabins are numbered B64 in the Harland and Wolff collection at the Museums of Northern Ireland, and Mr. Robert Welsh is the photographer to both of them. If the white panelled one is no B64, can anyone tell what is the cabin number of the other one?
 

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Arun Vajpey

Arun Vajpey

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Could it have been a suite with 2 bedrooms? The left one looks like a single bed.
 
Thomas Krom

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Good day to you Mr. Vikoeren,

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This picture (catalogue number 1732) is B-59 in Old Dutch style with panelling made out of dark oak with an embossed and decorated lincrusta frieze above the oak panelling

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This picture (catalogue number1729) is B-64 in the Empire style with mahogany bedsteads, with a canopy above it, and silk damask panelling.

I hope this helps.

Your sincerely,

Thomas
 
Magnar Vikoeren

Magnar Vikoeren

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Good day to you Mr. Vikoeren,


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This picture (catalogue number 1732) is B-59 in Old Dutch style with panelling made out of dark oak with an embossed and decorated lincrusta frieze above the oak panelling

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This picture (catalogue number1729) is B-64 in the Empire style with mahogany bedsteads, with a canopy above it, and silk damask panelling.





I hope this helps.





Your sincerely,



Thomas
Hello Thomas,

Yes, that helped a lot. I was surprised to find two quite different photos of the same cabin in my digital collection, and doubled checked with the museum if I had made an error, but no. Thank you very much!

Btw: Many fine photos here: National Museums NI

Rgds Magnar
 
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