RMS Titanic Images - Deck Plans

 

Superb Collection of Deck Plans are provided for Boat Deck and Promenade Deck A, Poop Deck, Bridge Deck B, Forecastle Deck, Shelter Deck C, Saloon Deck D, Upper Deck E, Middle Deck F, Lower Deck G, Orlop Deck, Lower Orlop Deck, and Tank Top. Longitudinal Section Showing Decks and Watertight Bulkheads, Transverse (Amidship) Section, Cross-Section, Public Rooms, Staterooms, Boiler Rooms Nos 1 and 2, and Engine Rooms.

 

Deck Plans of Boat Deck and Decks A-D of the RMS Titanic Including Placement of Lifeboats With You Are Here Insert

Deck Plans of Boat Deck and Decks A-D of the RMS Titanic Including Placement of Lifeboats With You Are Here Insert. (Insert Added for Illustration Purposes). GGA Image ID # 1109100e02. Click to View Larger Image.

 

SS Titanic - Longitudinal Section Showing Decks and Watertight Bulkheads.

SS Titanic - Longitudinal Section Showing Decks and Watertight Bulkheads. How to Save a Big Ship from Sinking (1915) p. 121. GGA Image ID # 10a2deecbc. Click to View Larger Image.

 

Titanic Outboard Profile, Boat Deck and Orlop Deck Plans

Titanic Outboard Profile, Boat Deck and Orlop Deck Plans. International Marine Engineering (May 1912) p. 199. GGA Image ID # 1050d41670. Click to View Larger Image.

 

Transverse (Amidship) Section of the Titanic

Transverse (Amidship) Section of the Titanic. Loss of the Steamship Titanic (1912) p. 89. GGA Image ID # 100b7d712b. Click to View Larger Image.

 

Broadside Elevation of the Vessel, Indicating Positions of Decks and Water Tight Bulkheads

Fig. 2— Broadside Elevation of the Vessel, Indicating Positions of Decks and Water Tight Bulkheads, Illustrating the Necessity of Carrying Bulkheads to Upper Decks, and Showing How Flooding of Compartments Forward of Boiler Rooms Would Bring the Head down so That Water Would Flow over Bulkheads into Other Compartments, Sinking Being Inevitable. The Titanic Was 882 Feet 6 Inches Long: 92 Feet 6 Inches Beam; 46,328 Tons Register and Had Accommodations for 3,500 People as Passengers and Crew. She Was the Largest and Most Luxurious Ocean Steamship Ever Built, with 11 Decks and 15 Watertight Bulkheads the Distance from the Bottom of Her Keel to the Top of the Captain's House Was 105 Feet 7 Inches. Popular Mechanics Magazine (June 1912) p. 806-b & 807-b. GGA Image ID # 1082ea705f. Click to View Larger Image.

 

Longitudinal Section of Titanic Showing in Heavy Lines the Transverse Bulkheads

Longitudinal Section of Titanic Showing in Heavy Lines the Transverse Bulkheads. Suggested plan by which suflicient boats could be carried to accommodate the ship's full complement. Boats carried amidship on tracks on which they can be moved to either side of the ship. Scientific American (27 April 1912) p. 373d. GGA Image ID # 10a3617b52. Click to View Larger Image.

 

Relative Protection Against Flooding in Mauretania and Titanic.

Relative Protection Against Flooding in Mauretania and Titanic. A rupture of the shell plating of the Titanic admitted water to large compartments extending clear across the ship. In the Mauretania, the inflow would be checked by packed coal and confined to small bunker compartments. The Mauretania was built to Navy requirements, and this construction was required to prevent sinking by a torpedo, should she be taken over as an auxiliary cruiser. It Is questionable if the berg which struck the Titanic would have sunk the Mauretania. Scientific American (11 May 1912) p. 417b. GGA Image ID # 10a5ab9679. Click to View Larger Image.

 

Cross-Section, Drawn to Exact Scale, Through the Titanic.

Cross-Section, Drawn to Exact Scale, Through the Titanic. Scientific American (11 May 1912) p. 418b. GGA Image ID # 10a5c11e1a

 

Fig. 1—Boat-Deck Plan of the "Titanic," Showing How Lifeboats Were Located, 60 Feet above the Water.

Fig. 1—Boat-Deck Plan of the "Titanic," Showing How Lifeboats Were Located, 60 Feet above the Water. There Were 16 Large Boats, to Be Swung out by the Davits before Lowering, and Two Sea Boats, Already Swung out and Ready for Instant Use in Case of Man Overboard or Other Emergency. There Was Room for More Boats on This and Other Decks of the Liner. Popular Mechanics Magazine (June 1912) p. 806-a & 807-a. GGA Image ID # 1082947e52. Click to View Larger Image.

 

Graphic Depicting the Lifeboat Arrangement on the RMS Titanic's Boat Deck with Launch Information

Graphic Depicting the Lifeboat Arrangement on the RMS Titanic's Boat Deck with Launch Information Including Launch Time, Number of Persons Occupying Each Lifeboat, Capacity of Each Lifeboat, and a "Metered" Snapshot of Just How Empty or Full Each Lifeboat Was on 15 April 1912. Public Domain Image. GGA Image ID # 10ed6d0e67. Click to View Larger Image.

 

Boat Deck of Titanic Showing 20 Lifeboats Carrying About 1000 Passengers and Crew

Boat Deck of Titanic Showing 20 Lifeboats Carrying About 1000 Passengers and Crew. Scientific American (27 April 1912) p. 373b. GGA Image ID # 10a3017960. Click to View Larger Image.

 

Plan of Boat Deck Showing Suggested Accommodations for 56 Lifeboats Carrying About 3100 Passengers and Crew

Plan of Boat Deck Showing Suggested Accommodations for 56 Lifeboats Carrying About 3100 Passengers and Crew. Scientific American (27 April 1912) p. 373c. GGA Image ID # 10a307d1f6. Click to View Larger Image.

 

Arrangement of Lifeboats on the Deck of the Titanic, as Originally Planned.

Arrangement of Lifeboats on the Deck of the Titanic, as Originally Planned. On its actual maiden trip the ship carried only a single row of boats on each side, and four extra, twenty in all. Scientific American (4 May 1912) p. 404c. GGA Image ID # 10a544fd39. Click to View Larger Image.

 

The Boats the Titanic Carried and Those She Might Have Carried

The Boats the "Titanic" Carried and Those She Might Have Carried: The Ill-Fated Liner's Boat-Deck as Planned and as It Was at the Time of the Disaster. The Illustrated London News (11 May 1912) p. 691. GGA Image ID # 10086f3baa

 

How Lifeboats For All Could Be Carried

How Lifeboats For All Could Be Carried. On the Left, Boat Deck of the Titanic Showing 20 Lifeboats Carrying About 1,000 Passengers. On the Right, Plan of Boat Deck Showing Suggested Accommodations for 56 Boats Carrying About 3,100 Passengers. © Scientific American. The Literary Digest (11 May 1912) p. 982. GGA Image ID # 1086a1115f. Click to View Larger Image.

 

Deck Plan of Boat Deck of the RMS Titanic

Deck Plan of Boat Deck of the RMS Titanic. The Unsinkable Titanic (1912) p,. 45. GGA Image ID # 10752aaf8d. Click to View Larger Image.

 

Fig. 76: Plan of First Class Dining Saloon and Reception Room on C Deck.

Fig. 76: Plan of First Class Dining Saloon and Reception Room on C Deck. The Shipbuilder (Midsummer 1911) p. 73. GGA Image ID # 10c42942f5. Click to View Larger Image.

 

Fig. 80: Plan of First Class Lounge, Reading and Writing Room on A Deck.

Fig. 80: Plan of First Class Lounge, Reading and Writing Room on A Deck. The Shipbuilder (Midsummer 1911) p. 77. GGA Image ID # 10c4728a45. Click to View Larger Image.

 

Fig. 83: Plan of First Class Smoking Room, Verandahs, and Palm Courts.

Fig. 83: Plan of First Class Smoking Room, Verandahs, and Palm Courts. The Shipbuilder (Midsummer 1911) p. 80. GGA Image ID # 10c5c28816. Click to View Larger Image.

 

Fig. 91: Plan of Suite Rooms on B Deck.

Fig. 91: Plan of Suite Rooms on B Deck. The Shipbuilder (Midsummer 1911) p. 85. GGA Image ID # 10c8be247e. Click to View Larger Image.

 

Fig. 91: Plan of Suite Rooms on C Deck.

Fig. 92: Plan of Suite Rooms on C Deck. The Shipbuilder (Midsummer 1911) p. 86. GGA Image ID # 10c8dcc9ba. Click to View Larger Image.

 

Fig. 93: Plan of Typical Special Stateroom on C Deck.

Fig. 93: Plan of Typical Special Stateroom on C Deck. The Shipbuilder (Midsummer 1911) p. 87. GGA Image ID # 10c9151834. Click to View Larger Image.

 

Fig. 105: Plan of Stateroom on B Deck, Forward of Grand Entrance.

Fig. 105: Plan of Stateroom on B Deck, Forward of Grand Entrance. The Shipbuilder (Midsummer 1911) p. 94. GGA Image ID # 10cba96bc9. Click to View Larger Image.

 

Fig. 106: Plan of Staterooms on C Deck, Forward of Grand Entrance.

Fig. 106: Plan of Staterooms on C Deck, Forward of Grand Entrance. The Shipbuilder (Midsummer 1911) p. 94. GGA Image ID # 10cbc541d3. Click to View Larger Image.

 

Plates from the Special Issue of The Shipbuilder that provide detailed deck plans, sectional views, Elevation of Boiler Rooms Nos 1 and 2, Elevation of Engine Rooms, and a Plan of the Engine Rooms. Deck Plans are provided for Boat Deck and Promenade Deck A, Poop Deck, Bridge Deck B, Forecastle Deck, Shelter Deck C, Saloon Deck D, Upper Deck E, Middle Deck F, Lower Deck G, Orlop Deck, Lower Orlop Deck, and Tank Top.

 

Plate 3: Plans for Boat Deck and Promenade Deck.

Plate 3: Plans for Boat Deck and Promenade Deck. The White Star Triple-Screw Steamers Olympic and Titanic. The Shipbuilder (Midsummer 1911) p. 120-121. GGA Image ID # 10e159037b. Click to View Larger Image.

 

Plate 3(a): Boat Deck Plan.

Plate 3(a): Boat Deck Plan. The Shipbuilder (Midsummer 1911) p. 120-121. GGA Image ID # 10e1a447c7. Click to View Larger Image.

 

Plate 3(b): First Class Promenade Deck A Plan.

Plate 3(b): First Class Promenade Deck A Plan. The Shipbuilder (Midsummer 1911) p. 120-121. GGA Image ID # 10e1866347. Click to View Larger Image.

 

Plate 4: Deck Plans for Poop Deck, First Class.

Plate 4: Deck Plans for Poop Deck, Bridge Deck B, Forecastle Deck, Shelter Deck C, Saloon Deck D, and Upper Deck E. The White Star Triple-Screw Steamers Olympic and Titanic. The Shipbuilder (Midsummer 1911) p. 120-121. GGA Image ID # 10e1e370ec. Click to View Larger Image.

 

Plate 4a: Deck Plans for Poop Deck, Bridge Deck B and Forecastle Deck.

Plate 4a: Deck Plans for Poop Deck, Bridge Deck B and Forecastle Deck. The White Star Triple-Screw Steamers Olympic and Titanic. The Shipbuilder (Midsummer 1911) p. 120-121. GGA Image ID # 10e7ecc537. Click to View Larger Image.

 

Plate 4b: Deck Plans for Shelter Deck C.

Plate 4b: Deck Plans for Shelter Deck C. The White Star Triple-Screw Steamers Olympic and Titanic. The Shipbuilder (Midsummer 1911) p. 120-121. GGA Image ID # 10e8cab74c. Click to View Larger Image.

 

Plate 4c: Deck Plans for Saloon Deck D.

Plate 4c: Deck Plans for Saloon Deck D. The White Star Triple-Screw Steamers Olympic and Titanic. The Shipbuilder (Midsummer 1911) p. 120-121. GGA Image ID # 10e8d3c105. Click to View Larger Image.

 

Plate 4d: Deck Plans for Upper Deck E.

Plate 4d: Deck Plans for Upper Deck E. The White Star Triple-Screw Steamers Olympic and Titanic. The Shipbuilder (Midsummer 1911) p. 120-121. GGA Image ID # 10e941bfce. Click to View Larger Image.

 

Plate 5: Deck Plans - Middle Deck F, Lower Deck G, Orlop Deck, Lower Orlop Deck, and Tank Top.

Plate 5: Deck Plans - Middle Deck F, Lower Deck G, Orlop Deck, Lower Orlop Deck, and Tank Top. The White Star Triple-Screw Steamers Olympic and Titanic. The Shipbuilder (Midsummer 1911) p. 120-121. GGA Image ID # 10e1febffd. Click to View Larger Image.

 

Plate 6: Elevation of Boiler Rooms Nos 1 and 2 - The White Star Triple-Screw Steamers Olympic and Titanic.

Plate 6: Elevation of Boiler Rooms Nos 1 and 2 - The White Star Triple-Screw Steamers Olympic and Titanic. The Shipbuilder (Midsummer 1911) p. 120-121. GGA Image ID # 10e21e3261. Click to View Larger Image.

 

Plate 7: Elevation of Engine Rooms

Plate 7: Elevation of Engine Rooms. The White Star Triple-Screw Steamers Olympic and Titanic. The Shipbuilder (Midsummer 1911) p. 120-121. GGA Image ID # 10e24fff78. Click to View Larger Image.

 

Plate 8: Plan of Engine Rooms.

Plate 8: Plan of Engine Rooms. The White Star Triple-Screw Steamers Olympic and Titanic. The Shipbuilder (Midsummer 1911) p. 120-121. GGA Image ID # 10e2884479. Click to View Larger Image.

 

Lost White Star Liner Titanic: How the Seven Decks Were Arranged on the Titanic.

Lost White Star Liner Titanic: How the Seven Decks Were Arranged on the Titanic. The Sphere (20 April 1912) p. 3 of the Supplement. GGA Image ID # 10f9fed51f

 

The Mauretania Safer Than the Titanic

The Mauretania Safer Than the Titanic. In the Mauretania (upper plan), a rupture of the outer skin plating would admit water only to coal bunker compartments of limited dimensions. The longitudinal bunker bulkhead would stop the inflow. In the Titanic (below), a rupture of the skin plating admitted water to large compartments, extending clear across the ship. © Scientific American. The World To-Day (June 1912) p. 2376s. GGA Image ID # 1097a55566. Click to View Larger Image.

 

Cross Section of Titanic Showing Numerious Decks.

Cross Section of Titanic Showing Numerious Decks. Wreck and Sinking of the Titanic (1912) p. 206. GGA Image ID # 1090640c5c

 

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