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QUEEN MARY: 1936 - 3 deck plans - First, Cabin & Tourist from 1960s

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Cunard Line: A set of three deck plans covering First, Cabin, and Tourist classes onboard the R.M.S. QUEEN MARY.

The plans are from the mid-1960s after key sections of First Class were carved off and given over to the ruffians in Tourist. In exchange, the high-rollers got an orange, green, and yellow Midships Bar carved out of the former Long Gallery.

The sixteen-page First Class plan unfolds to 36" and features tabs for each of the eight decks shown. I count seventeen color photos plus large cutaways of two cabins. I consider this plan and the similar version for sister QUEEN ELIZABETH to be among the best of the era.

The eight page Cabin Class plan also unfolds to 36". Eight decks are shown along with eight b&w interior photos.

The Tourist Class plan has eight pages and opens to 32". Seven decks are shown along with six b&w interior photos.

Now that the ship has reopened, if you get a chance to visit the QUEEN MARY in Long Beach, take this set along so you can identify public rooms, cabins, and deck areas that may have been changed.

Very good condition.

$75.00
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