Corinthian (2) - cabin plan

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Allan Line steamship built 1900 at Belfast by Workman, Clark & Co. Ltd. The Corinthian was the identical sister of the S/S Sicilian which was built the previous year. This image show a plan of thr Bridge deck amidships with dining saloon, cabins and other rooms, Shelter deck amidships with dining saloon and acbins. The Corinthian mainly sailed with emigrants on routes Glasgow - New York, Liverpool - Quebec - Montreal and Glasgow - Boston. Liverpool - Quebec - Montreal. She was in service for the Allan Line from 1900 till about 1916 when she was taken over by Canadian Pacific.

This image is from an old postcard.

For more ship history see: S/S Corinthian.

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