#46653, "RE: Olympic and Britannic modelling thoughts" In response to Reply # 4
I think the B-deck promenades were very simular to the A-deck promenades on Olympic. Bruce Ismay considered the B-deck space on Olympic a waste, because passengers were not using it as much as the A-deck promenade. So on Titanic, the B-deck space was incorporated into First class cabins with a private promenade.
#46658, "RE: Olympic B deck promenade" In response to Reply # 7
The plan you post is from the 1920's. The photo is from the maiden voyage era before the cafe was constructed. The light you see is from the aft end of the promenade which was completely open at this time.
#46665, "RE: Olympic B deck promenade" In response to Reply # 8
Thanks Bob. I wish I had some of your knowledge of these ships. Unfortunately there are not many books, drawings, etc. written in Dutch. And although I am able to read and understand English, it is sometimes hard when there are used technical terms. Anyway, this is not the subject of this thread, but thanks again.