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Smoking Room, looking aft
Looking from the centre of the room partition towards the rear of the ship. The painting is Old Liverpool and its companion, Old New York, hung at the opposite side.
Tyne and Wear Archives ref: DS.SWH.22.214.171.124.B358
A recess in 1st Class Smoke Room
One of six booths along the port and starboard sides of the main room.
Tyne and Wear Archives ref: DS.SWH.126.96.36.199.B162
Smoking Room, looking forward
The wagon-roof was covered with a truncated second roof, I've omitted the latter to demonstrate the Smoking Rooms positions to the 4th funnel.
Tyne and Wear Archives ref: DS.SWH.188.8.131.52.B359
Entrance to 1st class Smoke Room
This is the port-side entrance which led from a vestibule connecting it to the 1st Class Lounge and the A deck promenade.
Tyne and Wear Archives ref: DS.SWH.184.108.40.206.B356
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