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NEW YORK: 1922 - Greek Line deck plan from 1956

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Greek Line:  A fold-out (27" by 39") tissue plan dated 1956 for the NEW YORK.  The ship first sailed back in 1922 as Anchor Line's TUSCANIA.

Seven decks are shown with color-coding for First and Tourist classes.  A b&w portrait shows the upright lines typical of early 1920s vessels.  And what is up with that stern swimming pool shoved all the way to the portside?  

Anchor Line sold their ship of 1922 to the Greek Line in April 1939 where it was renamed NEA HALLAS.  When Greece was dragged into the war in late 1940 the ship reverted back to the Anchor for troopship management where she was affectionately known as “Nellie Wallace”.  After the war NEA HALLAS returned to the Greek Line.  In 1955, after an extensive rehab, the liner’s name was changed from Greek to the English translation, NEW YORK.  She sailed until 1959.     

Excellent condition.
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