RMS MAURETANIA was one of the most famous ships ever built on Tyneside and this set shows some fantastic photographs of the construction.
Boiler room of The Mauretania after the conversion to oil burning, 1921.
Photograph of a completed low pressure rotor with staff to indicate scale on the Mauretania.
A complete propeller assembly at Wallsend Slipway & Engineering Co. for the Mauretania.
This is another illustration of the size and weight of the anchor chains of the Mauretania.
This is the boat deck of the Mauretania.
Heres a view of the promenade deck of the Mauretania.
Here is a stern view showing the disposition of propellers of the Mauretania.
Here's the special state room on D deck of the Mauretania.
People attending the official launch party of the Mauretania.
This is one of the first class pantries on board the Mauretania.
First and second class kitchens on RMS Mauretania
There were 9 decks in the Mauretania and this was the Grand Entrance on the boat deck.
Heres a view of the navigating house on board the Mauretania.
This is the second class dining room on the Mauretania.
Heres a view of the second-class drawing room on the RMS Mauretania.
Heres a view showing the second- class promenades of the Mauretania.
View of the stern of the ship showing the propellers.
A view of the bridge front of the Mauretania.