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First Cabin Rates & Deck Plans - 1901

American Line, Southampton - New York Service, First Cabin Rates - 1901 Brochure

This 1901 Brochure covers First Cabin Travel on the Steamships of the American Line and includes Deck Plans, Rates for Transatlantic Travel (Southampton - New York Service via Cherbourg) and General Passenger Information.

S.S. New York Cabin Deck Plan

S.S. New York Cabin Deck Plan

Deck Plan of American Line United States Mail Twin Screw Steamer S.S. New York, 10,800 Tons. Includes details of Promenade Deck A; Saloon Deck B; Upper Deck and Main Deck.

S.S. St. Louis and St. Paul Cabin Deck Plan

S.S. St. Louis and St. Paul Cabin Deck Plan

Plan of American Line United States Mail. Twin Screw Steamers St. Louis and St. Paul of 11,629 Tons Each. Suites of Sitting Room, Bedroom, Bath and Toilet Room Colored Red, Deck Cabins, Bedrooms, Convertible Into Sitting Rooms Colored Green.

Passenger Information

Passenger Information

Information For Passengers, American Line, 1901 including Seats at Table, Baggage rules and regulations, letters and valuables.

Passenger Information

S.S. New York First Cabin Rates

Rate chart for 1901 First Cabin Passengers on the American Line Twin Screw Steamship S.S. New York between Southampton and New York. Amounts shown were for GPB (£) by season and cabin they travelled in.

Passenger Information

S.S. St. Louis and S.S. St. Paul First Cabin Rates

Rate chart for 1901 First Cabin Passengers on the American Line Twin Screw Steamships St. Louis and St. Paul between Southampton and New York. Amounts shown were for GPB (£) by season and cabin they travelled in.

The AMERICAN LINE EXPRESS undertakes the forwarding. of Packages from all parts of Europe to all parts of the United States

AMERICAN LINE.
SOUTHAMPTON - NEW YORK SERVICE.
Calling at CHERBOURG.

Fast Twin Screw Steamers
"ST. PAUL " and " ST. LOUIS,"
each 11,600 Tons.

Fast Twin Screw Steamers
" PHILADELPHIA," 11,500 Tons,
"NEW YORK," 10,800 Tons.

A Special Train leaves WATERLOO STATION, LONDON, at 9.40 a.m. on days of sailing, conveying Saloon Passengers and their Baggage direct alongside the Steamers.

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