Which cabins are these on Olympic?


Cam Houseman

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Hi y'all,
Found these cabins on nmni.com, and a bunch of first class cabins are shown. I was able to recognize B-59, C-76, and C-55, but which cabins on Olympic are these? Appreciate any help
(Credit to Robert Welch, Harland and Wolff, and NMNI)
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thanks for any help :)
 

Thomas Krom

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Hello my friend,



The first picture is C-82 on the Olympic in the Empire style, this was the equivalent of C-88 on the Titanic.


The second picture is C-69 on the Olympic in a different variant of the Empire style, this was the equivalent of C-67 on the Titanic.



The third picture is C-65 on the Olympic in the Louis XVI style, this was the equivalent of C-63 on the Titanic.



The fourth picture is B-37 on the Olympic in the Adam style, this sitting room was the equivalent of B-51 on the Titanic although the numbering cannot be compared to her.


The fifth, and second last, picture is C-56 on the Olympic in the Louis XIV style, this sitting room was the equivalent of C-62 on the Titanic.


And the last picture is C-64 in the Modern Dutch style, this was the equivalent of C-70 on the Titanic.


I hope this helps.



Yours sincerely,


Thomas
 

Cam Houseman

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Hello my friend,



The first picture is C-82 on the Olympic in the Empire style, this was the equivalent of C-88 on the Titanic.


The second picture is C-69 on the Olympic in a different variant of the Empire style, this was the equivalent of C-67 on the Titanic.



The third picture is C-65 on the Olympic in the Louis XVI style, this was the equivalent of C-63 on the Titanic.



The fourth picture is B-37 on the Olympic in the Adam style, this sitting room was the equivalent of B-51 on the Titanic although the numbering cannot be compared to her.


The fifth, and second last, picture is C-56 on the Olympic in the Louis XIV style, this sitting room was the equivalent of C-62 on the Titanic.


And the last picture is C-64 in the Modern Dutch style, this was the equivalent of C-70 on the Titanic.


I hope this helps.



Yours sincerely,


Thomas
thanks a ton Thomas, can always count on you :)
 

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