1912: Interiors of the Titanic Chris October 22, 2011 1910-1919, Transport 6 CommentsFavourited 828 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 6 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 Chad March 1, 2014 Anyone else notice how short those people were? The pillow seems to be almost half as big as the bed. lol Reply Leave a Reply Cancel Reply Your email address will not be published.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.