Product images of Boat Deck on the 'Balmoral Castle' (1910)
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Boat Deck on the 'Balmoral Castle' (1910)
Deck view on the passenger liner 'Balmoral Castle' (1910) showing the Second Class Promenade, on the starboard side of the Boat Deck. The exterior of the Second Class Smoking Room is in the foreground and the First Class Promenade is visible in the distance. The lifeboat davits are the Quadrant type manufactured by the Welin Davit ; Engineering Co Ltd.
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- Image reference: G10623
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London