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EG Lefebvre

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Bonjours, I would like to know if there exists on Internet, a site, the detaille plan of the bridge E. I to find that of the bridge A, B, C and D, but not that of the E.

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Richard Dobrenel

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Hi,
I got the same problem, I think. I've found the detailed deckplans (with the description of all the 1st class suites) but i cannot find any detailed plan for the 2nd and 3rd classes.
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Richard, I don't think you'll find any really detailed plans on the internet beyond the general plans for the Olympic. I may be mistaken on that but suffice to say that not everything is on the 'net and some of what is should be treated with extreme caution. If you want a really good set of detailed general deck plans, I can think of none better then the Bruce Beveridge deck plans


Hope this helps.
 
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Richard Dobrenel

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Thanks a lot Michael. That's exactly what I was looking for...
 
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Adam Lang

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I've also heard some good things about the Eaton and Haas plans. Which one would you recommend, Michael? I'd probably want to buy just the plans rather than an entire book, but which plans do you think are better?

-Adam Lang
 
>>Which one would you recommend, Michael?<<

No contest there. Bruce Beveridge's work, hands down.

It's a lot easier to read although rolling it out could be a handful. There's nothing gravely wrong with the deck plans put together by Eaton and Haas, but in the book, you need a magnifying glass to read them.
 
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Adam Lang

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Thanks Michael,

I noticed that Beveridge's sample plans show a reception AND a restaurant at the B-deck landing at the aft staircase. Would that just be where you would be served afternoon tea and scones? I don't remember ever hearing about a restaurant in the B-deck aft reception room.

-Adam Lang
 
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