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WINDSOR CASTLE: 1959 - First & Tourist deck plan w/ color interior photos

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Union Castle Line: A fold-out (22" by 27") deck plan from the mid-1960s that gives a great look the WINDSOR CASTLE - one of the last Union-Castle ships ever built.

First Class is on one side while the flip side shows Tourist Class. The plans are color-coded with an added bonus of ship cutaways highlighted to show class location.

Sections of seven decks are shown for First Class. Color photos show the Smoke Room Bar, Lounge, Dining Room, two cabins, and the sitting room of a suite.

Five decks are shown for Tourist along with color photos of the Lounge, Smoke Room, Dining Room, and two cabins.

I love the look of Union Castle ships with their lavender hulls, and the outline of this ship in particular. But those crazy interior color combos! In the 1950s the company director's wife handled the decor. May I state for the record that she was a woman of dubious taste? The First Class Lounge is a Necco Wafer combo of lime green and powder-puff pink with carpeting the color of mud. In the First Class Dining Room lavender chairs and lipstick red chairs compete for attention, until you are distracted by the grape curtains. How I love to pick on Union-Castle decor.

The WINDSOR CASTLE sailed until 1977 when it became an accommodation ship in Saudi Arabia. A long lay-up in Greece followed and visitors to the ship in the late 1990s reported she was like a time capsule inside. Sadly efforts to saved her were unsuccessful and she went to the breakers in 2005.

Very good condition.
$25.00
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