Product images of State cabin of 'Britannia' (1887)
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State cabin of 'Britannia' (1887)
'Britannia' (1887) was one of four ships built in the year of Queen Victoria's and P&O's Jubilee. The Jubilee class ships could carry 250 first-class passengers and 160 second-class passengers and had a cargo capacity of approximately 4000 tons.
- Image reference: D2280
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London