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MONTCALM, MONTROSE & MONTCLARE: 1922 - Deck plan from 1923

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Canadian Pacific: A 24" by 34" deck plan dated August 1923 for this trio of "M" Class ships; MONTCALM, MONTROSE, and MONTCLARE.

The ships took their maiden voyages in 1922. At the time their Cabin Class accommodations were supposed to be second-to-none on the North Atlantic.

Five decks are shown in detail.

The three sisters were built with gun mounts so when WW2 arrived they were quickly called up for military service. The MONTCALM and MONTCLARE survived the war but never sailed again as passenger ships. The most popular of the trio, MONTROSE, was sunk by torpedo with a heavy loss of life in December 1940.

Very good condition with a little separation along the folds.

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