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There was one lift in Tourist Class but I suspect most of the 450 passengers trudged up and down the stairs. Getting from your H Deck cheapie cabin up to play shuffleboard on C Deck would have been a work-out. Along the way you'd pass G Deck with more cabins, F Deck with the Smoking Room and Dining Saloon, E Deck with the Lounge and Swimming Bath, D Deck with the Verandah Cafe and Dancing Space, and finally onto C Deck with its open spaces.\u003c\/p\u003e\n\u003cp\u003eWhile Tourist Class plans usually are not rare, it is difficult to find anything on the STRATHALLAN. The ship sailed in commercial service for only eighteen months before being requisitioned as a troopship. Late December 1942 found her off Oran, Algeria with more than 4,000 troops and nurses aboard when the German sub U-562 hit her with torpedoes. Miraculously, all but four safely evacuated before the STRATHALLAN rolled over and sank. Her older sister VICEROY OF INDIA was sunk in the same area just a month and a half earlier. \u003c\/p\u003e\n\u003cp\u003eGood condition with wear.\u003c\/p\u003e\n\u003c!----\u003e"}

STRATHEDEN & STRATHALLAN - 1938 Tourist Class deck plan

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P&O Lines: A fold-out (30" by 36") deck plan from 1938 for Tourist Class aboard the STRATHEDEN and STRATHALLAN. 

Both ships, the final sisters in the STRATH quintet, were new with the STRATHEDEN taking her maiden voyage in December '37 and the STRATHALLAN in March '38. 

Six decks are shown, all clustered in the stern. There was one lift in Tourist Class but I suspect most of the 450 passengers trudged up and down the stairs. Getting from your H Deck cheapie cabin up to play shuffleboard on C Deck would have been a work-out. Along the way you'd pass G Deck with more cabins, F Deck with the Smoking Room and Dining Saloon, E Deck with the Lounge and Swimming Bath, D Deck with the Verandah Cafe and Dancing Space, and finally onto C Deck with its open spaces.

While Tourist Class plans usually are not rare, it is difficult to find anything on the STRATHALLAN. The ship sailed in commercial service for only eighteen months before being requisitioned as a troopship. Late December 1942 found her off Oran, Algeria with more than 4,000 troops and nurses aboard when the German sub U-562 hit her with torpedoes. Miraculously, all but four safely evacuated before the STRATHALLAN rolled over and sank. Her older sister VICEROY OF INDIA was sunk in the same area just a month and a half earlier. 

Good condition with wear.

$75.00
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