Titanic ship cross-section (1912)

Original publication: The Day Book (Chicago, Ill.) Date: April 16, 1912
Categories: 1910s, Drawings & illustrations, Events
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Cross-section of the Titanic, four blocks long

Cross section of the wrecked steamer Titanic, giving an idea of her tremendous size and capacity. Imagine, all these decks stretching nearly four-blocks long, and you get an impression of the steamer’s ability to carry and care for 2,000 passengers.


  1. First class lounge
  2. First class dining saloon
  3. First class library and third class public rooms
  4. Second class dining saloon
  5. First, second & third class and stewards
  6. Third class dining room and gymnasium
  7. Swimming pool, baggage, racquet court and third class

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Source publication: The Day Book (Chicago, Ill.)

Publication date: April 16, 1912

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