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First Class Dining Saloon on the 'Balmoral Castle' (1910)
Interior of the passenger liner 'Balmoral Castle' (1910) showing the First Class Dining Saloon, on the Upper Deck (a view along the centre line, looking towards the sideboard at the after end). The balustrade around the oval well and the ceiling of the First Class Lounge are visible. The reflection of the camera in the mirror has been erased from the negative. The First Class Dining Saloon was decorated in the Neoclassical style.
Bedford Lemere & Co.
- Image reference: G10595
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London