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QUEEN ELIZABETH: 1940 - Deluxe First Class deck plan from 1956

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Cunard Line: From back in the day when companies "got" how to do deck plans, a deluxe First Class plan for the QUEEN ELIZABETH that is pure enjoyment to browse through.

Dated 1956, there are twelve fold-out pages, each printed in color on expensive-feeling glossy stock. When spread open the brochure measures 42" across. Each page also features at least one color photo of a public room.

Wow, some of those color combinations are shocking to the modern eye! The Smoking Room with its rich wood veneers and moss green leather chairs and the Main Restaurant with its muted brown and taupe look lovely, but what to make of the Verandah Cafe with its jarring orange curtains and sky blue chairs, or the theatre with lipstick pink walls? My dear mother, who decorated our 1960s summer cottage in green, yellow, and orange, would have loved it.

Whenever I view deck plans I pick out which cabin I would want. While the big suites on Main and A decks look elegant, I want one of those Sun Deck rooms tucked up near the bridge. For her part, the Queen Mother on her 1954 transatlantic voyage chose Main Deck stateroom 64 as her cabin.

Very good condition with bending on the cover corners.

$35.00
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