Product images of Third Class cabin on the 'Niagara' (1913)
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Third Class cabin on the 'Niagara' (1913)
Cabin interior on the passenger liner 'Niagara' (1913) showing a four berth cabin in Third Class accommodation. This cabin is probably located at the forward end of the Main Deck. Out of the picture is a narrow passage to a porthole on the port side of the ship. The insignia of the Canadian Australasian Royal Mail Line appears on the blankets; a notice regarding use of the lifejackets is also visible.
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- Image reference: G11005
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London