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September 13, 2019

40 Amazing Photos Show Exterior and Interior of the RMS Lusitania

Photographs of Q.S.T.S. "Lusitania" is a photographic album put together by the Cunard Steamship Company Ltd, and held by the DeGolyer Library, at Southern Methodist University.

Regal suites of the RMS Lusitania

This album contains amazing photographs of exterior and interior views of the Quadruple Screw Turbine Steamship Lusitania. The Lusitania, the sister ship to the Mauretania, and was torpedoed by a German U-boat during World War I in 1915 off the coast of Ireland, sinking in 18 minutes. Over 1000 passengers died. Besides civilians, the Lusitania was carrying large amounts of rifle ammunition.

Photographs in the album are by Bedford Lemere & Co., architectural photographers to His Majesty the King.

Boat deck

En suite room, view of parlor

En suite room, view of the bedroom

En suite room

En suite room

Entrance to the writing room and library

First class dining saloon

First class lounge and music room

First class lounge

First class lower dining saloon

First class promenade deck, looking aft

First class promenade on the boat deck

First class smoking room

First class smoking room

Hoisting machinery on the boat deck

Kitchen

Machinery space

Navigation bridge

Observation deck

Officer standing on the navigation bridge, looking aft

Officers' smoking room

Purser's Bureau, on the Promenade Deck

Regal suite parlor.

Regal Suite with door opening to dining room

Regal suite

Regal suite

Seating area opposite elevator and staircase

Second class dining saloon

Second class entrance

Second class ladies lounge

Second class lounge

Staircase and elevator

Staircase, promenade deck

Stateroom, second class

Stateroom

Third class deck

Third class dining saloon

Verandah cafe

View of first class lounge and music room

Writing room




13 comments:

  1. According to American Disabilities act (ADA), the exterior and interior doors of building should be accessible for disable person. If any building owner violates the act, civil penalties are applicable. So in every building, this act is maintained strictly. That\’s why door pressure gauge is used to measure the force of opening the door. CRL door pressure gauge is very easy to install and very convenient to use as this is a pocket size device.

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    1. But natural selection dictates that those who can't open doors should be left out in the cold for nature to take its course.

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  2. Any photos of the crew as my friends dad was a 2nd class steward on her the trip she was sunk he was saved but never well enough to return to sea my friend is still alive at 103 by the way he was also on Carpathia the night she saved the Titanic passengers.

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    1. no ashole you friends dad was no on lusitania

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    2. dude your fiends dad was not born in the 1910s so he was not on lusitania

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    3. if your friends dad was on lusitania he would not been alive taday he would have been a couple hundred years old toady

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    4. lusitania had a great interior but titanic was bigger and better than lusitania

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    5. sorry for calling you an asshole but you have to know your friends didnt g on titanic or lusitania

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    6. hi i love titanic i have alot of books on titanic even books on lusitania

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  3. lusitania was sank in 1915 so if your fiends dad went on there he would been over a hundred years old today

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  4. I highly recommend reading Erik Larson's fabulous book "Lusitania" The Last Crossing. This author has done a gigantic search work to deliver us a great book in which we live day and sometimes hour by hour this tragic and horrible crime and this from the point of view of several key figures whether British, German or American. I learned a lot from this book. I have been passionate about Lucy's story (rms Lusitania) since the 70s.
    A great thank you for this page and this babulous photographies showing us how wonderfull was Lucy.
    Yohann, Paris (France)

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