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PRINCESS LOUISE: 1921 - Vancouver-Alaska costal steamer deck plan from 1934

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Canadian Pacific: A 14" by 22" deck plan dated February 1934 for the PRINCESS LOUISE, C.P.'s popular mini-liner on the Vancouver-Alaska run. Three decks are shown in detail.

On "Awning Lower Deck" there are four spacious suites, perfect for the leisurely voyage up and back along the scenic Inner Passage. Public rooms considered of a Library, Smoke Room, Observation Room, Writing Room and Ladies' Sitting Room. Not shown is a Dining Saloon which might have been tucked away on a lower deck.

The PRINCESS LOUISE sailed until retirement in 1964 at the ripe old ship age of forty-three. Another career came calling and soon she was installed in Los Angeles harbor as a floating restaurant. For almost twenty years the ship was a dining spot until bankruptcy in 1989. Shortly after closing, the PRINCESS LOUISE capsized, a sad ending for a grand old lady.

Fair condition with several tears and missing pieces.

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