Where did the lookouts live


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Cristina Sasse

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Hi!
Does anybody know, where the lookouts lived during the voyage?
Crissy
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Andrew Maheux

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Dec 4, 2000
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Do you mean accomadation or where their residence was in 1912?

The lookouts gave their addresses as:

Frank Evans- 20 Deal Street (St. Mary's Southampton, England)

Frederick Fleet- Norman Rd. (Southampton)

George Hogg- 44 High St. (Southampton)

Archie Jewell- 32 College St. (Southampton)

Reginald Lee- 62 Threefold Lane (Southampton)

George Symons- 55 Fanshaw St. (Southampton)

Hope this is what you are looking for.
 
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Cristina Sasse

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Hi!
Well, this are very good information, too. But I mean where their bunks on the ship were. I didn't find them on the deck plans.
Crissy ;)
 
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Hi Crissy,

I believe that they would have been in the room for the Seamen. Look at E-deck forward on the port-side.

Lester
 
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Cristina Sasse

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Thanks, Lester!
Yes, that could be right. Thank you very much!
Crissy ;)
 
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Lloret de Mar, Gerona (Spain)
They had their accommodations on E Deck, port side, on the bow area, along with their lavatories. Their mess was on C Deck, always port side and bow area. It's interesting to note that that area was also occupied with the Firemen's quarters, but these two "working classes" were kept strictly separate: they had even different stairwells to use! The only thing they shared was the Galley.
 

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