Second Cabin Accommodations - Allan Line - 1908
Allan Line Royal Mail Steamers
4 Days from Land To Land
7 Days from Port to Port
- W. R. Allan, General Agent, Canadian Northwest, Winnipeg.
- The Allan Line, General Agents for Ontario, 77 Yonge Street, Toronto.
- H. & A. Allan, General Agents, Montreal.
Contents of Brochure
- New Steamers, Built 1907
It is probably an unprecedented occurrence in the history of the Transatlantic Liner that three Steamers of 10,000 tons register or more, should be in course of construction at one time and placed in commission within six months of each other
- Passenger Accommodations Information
The Saloon accommodation is described fully in a separate circular, here we may only sty that spacious staterooms amidships, perfect ventilation, and heating arrangements, music rooms and smoke room on promenade deck, with a fine dining saloon, constitute an ensemble that make the voyage across the Atlantic a pleasure trip.
- The Complete Menu for Sunday, July 21st, 1907
Second Cabin plans for reference are also subjoined and a " Menu " for one day. Every day on board a different menu is provided, but none is inferior to the one printed here.
- Allan Line Steamship Fleet List - 1907 - 27 Vessels
Ship descriptions and History were not part of original brochure - added by the GG Archives for additional clarity.
- Allan Line Second Cabin Photographs from 1908
In the last new vessels, passengers may reasonably expect comfortable facilities and accommodations to those who use the Second Cabin passage, which could quality as First Class.
- Allan Line Second Cabin Deck Plans - 1908
Second Class Cining Saloon, Staterooms 136-162, Engineers Quarters, Ladies Lavatory and Baths, Gents Lavatory and Baths, Stewardesses Quarters, Staterooms 111-135 and Several more descriptions with images of the Deck Plans.
- Photographs of Officers and Crew, and SS Corsican
From the 1908 very rare Allan Line Steamship Brochure of Second Cabin Accommodations, here are photographs of the Captain, Officers and Crew of the Corsican along with a photograph of the ship itself.
- Title: Allan Line Royal Mail Steamers
- Date Published: Undated, circa 1908
- Published by: Allan Line
- Number of Photographs: 6
- Number of Illustrations:1
- Number of Deck Plans: 6