What did the Tudor room look like, does anyone have any ideas?
No worries, Brian. I missed it earlier but you could argue it is merely a misplaced exclamation mark.Sorry. I meant to say thanks for the article, Mark. Lol.
I think it does. There were only two Tudor rooms and the furniture matches A12 (the beds were close together); the colour image is clearly A23, which was a smaller stateroom (closer to the grand staircase) with a different furniture arrangement (the beds were at opposite ends of the room).The first Bill posted could refer to A-12.
I do, but they are not scanned in so I can't post them. Queen Anne was quite a light, plain style with some elegant touches. It was unique in that it was used four times out of sixteen (A9, A10, A17, A22). As for Colonial, the walls were quite striking in their scenery, and this style was only used once (A14).Does anyone have a postcard or photograph of the Collonial and Queen Anne?
Hmmm...the B is closer to Bill's name but I'll answer it anyway.How did you come across such fabulous deckplans, Brian?