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s-bguzikSat Dec-16-17 11:20 PM
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#55688, "Staircsae panels "


          

I am wondering if any plans exist for actual plans or dimensions of panels in the main staircase.

Thank you,

Brady Guzik

  

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Ralph CurrellSun Dec-17-17 09:15 AM
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#55689, "RE: Staircsae panels "
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Hi Brady,

Someone more familiar with the interiors may be able to correct me, but I'm not aware of any detailed staircase plans surviving. Much of Olympic's staircase still exists at the White Swan hotel in Alnwick so measurements could be taken there if the owners consented.

Plans of a similar staircase (from another Harland & Wolff ship) can be seen at https://www.encyclopedia-titanica.org/community/threads/grand-staircase-plans.17016/ .

Regards,
Ralph

  

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s-bguzikSun Dec-17-17 10:31 AM
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#55690, "RE: Staircsae panels "
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Yeah, I heard of the white swan. But living in Washington state makes that not so likely. thank you though! Have a great Christmas 🎄

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Brady Guzik

  

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