1912: Interiors of the Titanic Chris October 22, 2011 1910-1919, Transport 5 CommentsFavourited 827 times Add to favourites 2nd Class Smoking Room B-59 Stateroom Grand Staircase Gymnasium Palm Court Pantry Reading Room Reception Room Stateroom Via Mr. Ed 5 Responses Miss Azura October 22, 2011 Lovely interiors, and what an odd mixture of styles, French Louis XVIth and Baroque! There is a house in Poole, Dorset (UK), that contains some almost complete interiors from the Titanic’s identical sister ship, the Olympic. Reply Dy January 25, 2012 This ship was gorgeous! Such a shame what happened to it and it’s passengers. Reply Ken Sweeney February 23, 2012 Hello Miss Azure. I really am interested about this house you mention in Poole. Is it open for visits and do you know the address please. Ken. Reply Hettie April 10, 2012 http://www.starway.org/Titanic/Sister_Ships.html Reply Alan Johnson April 10, 2012 What a fantastic ship this was, what a shame it came to such a sad end and took all those lives with it and what about the 5 men in the band playing right to the end brilliant. Reply Leave a Reply Cancel Reply Your email address will not be published. Name* Email* Website Comment Notify me of follow-up comments by email. Notify me of new posts by email.