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RMS Titanic -  3rd Class Dinning Room


 

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The 3rd class dining saloon was located on F deck and was divided in two by a watertight bulkhead. Seating was at the customary long table each accommodating up to 20 people. Both rooms together had a capacity of 473, with a provision for two sittings if third-class were heavily booked. The room was bare and decorated in enamelled white and brightened by sidelights. There was no cloakroom instead third-class passengers simply hung their own coats on the dozens of hooks spaced around the room. Freshly baked bread and fruit was available at every meal.

On the day that titanic sank third class passengers enjoyed Oatmeal porridge and milk; vegetable stew; fried tripe and onions; bread and butter; marmalade; Swedish bread; tea; coffee for breakfast, the lunch menu consisted of Bouillon soup; roast beef and brown gravy; green beans, boiled; potatoes; cabin biscuits; bread; prunes and rice and finally dinner was Rabbit pie; baked potatoes; bread and butter; rhubarb and ginger jam; Swedish bread; tea.

In many instances, this was the best food a typical emigrant passenger had ever had.

    


 

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Titanic Facts

One way Ticket: The cost of a one way ticket on the titanic were First Class (parlor suite) £870/$4,350 ($83,200 today)
 
First Class (berth) £30/$150 ($2975 today)
 
Second Class £12/$60 ($1200 today)
 
Third Class £3 to £8/$40 ($298 to $793 today)

Speed: of the Titanic at point of impact with the iceburg 20.5 knots (approx 23mph)

Titanic's Route :
Southampton, England (departure)
Cherbourg, France
Queenstown, Ireland
New York City, USA (never arrived)