(Top) Many windows of this pattern were found scattered throughout the superstructure debris. All of the windows shown here lead to first-class cabins, and although they could be opened, when the windows were closed in rough weather, fresh air could still be admitted through the decorative grills above.
(Above) A section of an original builder’s plan, showing cabins A-18 and A-20. Windows from these staterooms were located in deteriorated sections of superstructure.
(Above) Two examples of these decorative Boat Deck windows on the wreck. (Photos courtesy of Leigh Bishop, www.deepimage.co.uk)
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