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Scotland Road is the nickname given by the crew for a lower-deck passageway which ran the length of the ship, this corridor was accessible from e-deck and is where the majority of the Victualling crew had their quarters; this included Cooks, Stewards, Waiters, Plate Washers, Pantry men etc.

Many of the crew were from Liverpool, and Scotland road was a main Liverpool route in an area populated mainly by poor Irish immigrants.

This area of the ship, perhaps more than any other, would have been very busy with crew members coming and going around the clock.

    


 

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Titanic Facts

Coal: Titanic burned on average 620 tons per day when cruising at 21 .7 knots

Mail: The Titanic carried 3,423 sacks of mail, That was an estimated seven million individual items

Empire State: The Titanic is about as long as the Empire State building is tall.

Water: The Titanic used approximately 14,000 gallons of drinking water every 24 hours.