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Family saloon on board the Great Eastern.

Family saloon on board the Great Eastern.
Family saloon.
© National Maritime Museum, London
Repro ID: H1739
Description: The 'Great Eastern' was designed to carry 4000 people (800 in first class, 2000 in second-class and 1200 in third class). Her first-class cabins and public rooms were fitted out to the luxurious standards of the best hotels of the day.
Creator: 'The Illustrated London News'
Date: 1859
Credit line: National Maritime Museum, London
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