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Titanic Deckplan Key

A guide to abbreviations and symbols on the Titanic Deckplans

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Titanic Deckplan Key

A guide to abbreviations and symbols on the Titanic Deckplans.

Key : Accommodation Notes : Window Patterns

AE Ash Ejector
B Bunk
BR Bag Rack
CS Coal Shute
D Chest of Drawers
DC Direct Contact
DT Dressing Table
DRES Dresser
DRS (Bunks) Drawers
DP (Tanktop) Drain Pot
FE Fireman's Escape
FL Folding Lavatory
FW Fresh Water
GI Galvanized Iron
H Heater
H Hoist
HP Hot Press (Airing Cupboard)
HSWT (Boat Deck) Hot Salt Water Tank
L or LK Locker
L&A Light and Air
MP Mooring Pipe
PT Pipe Tunnel
P (Tank Top) Plate over manhole
S (Forepeaks) Scuttle
S (Boat Deck) Skid Light
SB Sideboard
T or TE Tunnel Escape
TV Tunnel Vent
V Utley's Ventilating Porthole
V Vent
W Wardrobe
WP Wash Port
WT Watertight
WTB Watertight Bulkhead
WR Wardrobe Room
WT Writing Table
Dutch Door Dutch Door

Lavatory Sink

Lavatory Sink

Sink

Sink

Upholstery

Upholstery

Urinals

Urinals

Wall Seat Teak

Wall Seat Teak

Wall Seat Upholstered

Wall Seat Upholstered

Wash Basin

Wash basin

Water Closet

Water Closet

Notes on Passenger Accommodation

A-Deck
All upper berths (No.2) in rooms on this deck were pullman berths and folded up;
Rooms A 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 14, 15, 16, 17, 18, 19, 20, 21, 22, 23, 24, 25, 26, 27, 29, 30, 31, 32 and 33 were so fitted that a sofa berth for an extra passenger could be provided when required.

Rooms A 5, 6, 9, 10, 14, 15, 18, 19, 22, 23, 26, 27, 30 and 31 were lighted and ventilated from the deck above (Boat Deck) indicated by a dashed circle.


B-Deck

All upper berths (No.2) in rooms on this deck were pullman berths and folded up;
Rooms B 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 14, 15, 18, 19, 20, 21, 24, 25, 26, 27, 30, 31, 32, 33, 36, 37, 38 and 39 were so fitted that a sofa berth for an extra passenger could be provided when required.


C-Deck

All upper berths (No.2) in rooms on this deck were pullman berths and folded up;

Rooms C 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 45, 47, 49, 50, 51, 52, 53, 54, 56, 58, 60, 97, 103, 105, 107, 109, 111, 114, 116, 118, 122 and 124 were so fitted that a pullman upper berth for an extra passenger could be provided when required.

Rooms C 40, 42, 44 and 46 were so fitted that a sofa berth for an extra passenger could be provided when required.


D-Deck

1st Class: All upper berths (No.2) in rooms on this deck were pullman berths and folded up.

Rooms D 40, 42, 43, 44, 45, 46, 47, 48, 49 and 50 were so fitted that a pullman upper berth for an extra passenger could be provided when required.

2nd Class: Berths numbered 1 and 3 were lower berths (Bunks) and berths numbered 2 and 4 were upper berths. Berths labelled 3 and 4 designated as upholstered were sofa berths in which the back panel could be lifted to form a berth in conjunction with the seat. Unnumbered sofas were suitable for a child if necessary.

3rd Class: Bunks were two-tiered (2B). Single women and families aft.


E-Deck

1st Class: Rooms E 11, 12, 14, 15, 26, 27, 38, 39, 40, 41 and 42 were so fitted that a pullman upper berth for an extra passenger could be provided when required.

2nd Class: Berths numbered 1 and 3 were lower berths (Bunks) and berths numbered 2 and 4 were upper berths. Berths labelled 3 and 4 designated as upholstered were sofa berths in which the back panel could be lifted to form a berth in conjunction with the seat. Unnumbered sofas were suitable for a child if necessary.

3rd Class: Bunks were two-tiered (2B). Single men berthed forward. Single women and families aft.


F-Deck

2nd Class: Berths numbered 1 and 3 were lower berths (Bunks) and berths numbered 2 and 4 were upper berths. Berths labelled 3 and 4 designated as upholstered were sofa berths in which the back panel could be lifted to form a berth in conjunction with the seat. Unnumbered sofas were suitable for a child if necessary.

3rd Class: Bunks were two-tiered (2B). Single men berthed forward. Single women and families aft.


G-Deck

3rd Class: Bunks were two-tiered (2B). Single men berthed forward. Single women and families aft.

Notes on Window Patterns

Boat Deck

Officers' Quarters and First Class Staterooms
H&W Brass Framed Windows

Officers Quarters

Officers' Mess, Tank Rooms, Pantry
Pattern "H" (Teak Framed)

Officers Mess Window

Gymnasium, First Class Entrances (Fore & Aft) and 2nd Class Entrance (Aft), 1st Class Corridor, Cloakroom, Lounge Pantry etc.
Pattern "E" (Teak Framed)

Titanic Pattern E Window

Deckhouse to Staterooms Forward
Pattern "F" (Brass Framed)

Titanic Pattern F Window

A-Deck

Reading and Writing Room

Titanic Pattern D Window Titanic Pattern D1 Window Titanic Pattern D2 Window Titanic Pattern D3 Window

1st Class Smoke Room

Titanic Pattern B Window Titanic Pattern B1/B2 Window

Verandah and Palm Court

Titanic Pattern A Window

First Class Lounge

Titanic Pattern C Window

Fan Room (Aft)

Titanic Pattern H Window

B-Deck

In Deckhouse Front to Staterooms
Pattern "I" Utley's Sliding Windows (Brass Framed)

Titanic Pattern I Window

Private Promenades
Pattern G" (Teak Framed)

Titanic Pattern G Window

1st Class Entrance
Pattern "E" (Teak Framed)

Titanic Pattern E Window

2nd Class Smoke Room (Aft and Foreward)

Titanic Pattern 2nd Class Smoke Room Aft Titanic Pattern 2nd Class Smoke Room Foreward

2nd Class Entrance and Smoke Room
Pattern "L" (Teas Framed)

Titanic Pattern L Window

1st Class Restaurant
Pattern "O' (Brass Framed)

Titanic Pattern L Window

C-Deck

Doctor, Restaurant Manager, Chief Steward (Aft)
Pattern G" (Teak Framed)

Titanic Pattern G Window

2nd Class Library and Entrance (Aft)
Pattern "K" (Teak Framed)

Titanic Pattern K Window

3rd Class General Room and Smoke Room
(Teak Framed)

Titanic 3rd Class General Room Window

2nd Class Entrance (Foreward)
Pattern "L" (Teak Framed)

Titanic Pattern L Window

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Encyclopedia Titanica (2020) Titanic Deckplan Key ( ref: #126, published 17 April 2020, generated 27th September 2022 06:18:51 PM); URL : https://www.encyclopedia-titanica.org/deck-plan-key.html