Page 29 - The Times Titanic Souvenir 1988
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Ihb rpoctrcnlady carved and The titanic trall panelled lonrg:ffirfrom thc Q4pbrar borElrt bt fto tt}lbSran lloH h l9il5rld The filisft mry be at rcd far hrtrlcd h ttc dhhg roonr tltetu bdoutnUaY€s, buta mulEhdeddated *htscan be visibd in radrer nrore acccsdbh plffi r 8s[nnplon docb, rlrorr drc tfril* bcgrnlbf!ffitreyrtl,brtftS opcrefmd f nbque rt dodr f:b fuir conrEcnorrtcr thq rho dld .nd e 7fn*Hg*brtilclrud&r bt'rnqrnmcdrd rd$Han Yc cer & *r I lod tlp b Dorlh l8-1,t, fr'oe rtct lh t*dcpetu4 rd rldc ttG dd.l ld ttt rnqlencod bttr glrrt S.Itc lFl Erflrihc nrU$ocrhg bcrllu r llc nrrty Sotttfnfbn iledtlnc tercm hmg ecra* co&ed ftorn rrrrlnrr d nldrrr d tro rio d.d httcilrdceDocldnbf r*f &ppcd r llr ar led b U. nhr, GrfrbSrcoruodJrqdr bhfrn d pfobfrrpf* Evu llqnl mhofrE*Uqt ftm6rrltu, rilch rort dilu rti ltc !th, hll blqt ncrgdbthc*tdrron tttrh l.hc ph!. d ork frnrhst lrat fior llc6dft.tHrrhr*bl FlddcffirrDrloddd. "a noble aparment in the louis auinze olt hrryTltdlgfortclh style, ttrc details being taken from the palace ffir cor* cdrtr*rllcHr cil..flnrllecHflt nm at Versailles. The walls are decorated with T[STE finelycawed boi*nes in whidr, without llcrybrry,ftndcrdt Wtr$I Lh., m. batr.t nrfpod, ad lJr s d interfering wittr the symmetry of thewhole, uilrury the fancy of the carver has shown itself in Ll, lcti &rE bnry, errluod tc tHrdcrtonfa wer-varying detail." rl#frrtfulicrtlepdhb Algernon Smart was the owner of the White Swan who bid for the lounge in 1935. dttr tl*,llocer lnGotAl It has always been one of the hotelS hGot*nte THtbdportdcd attractions but sin€ the release of the film, bfrtu f, tc.dd od ecru ilrc ffic. Salvaged interiors evoke Tiranrc interest has increased "by sweral lorrrcr t H3 h B.h, d llc llrhd tbe Titanic experience. hundred per cenr', according to hot€l rdUotf$yeft,Ht ll*m manager Nigel Perkis. bil. Fo{dcd h t$f rd onCoyfg By ERICA WAGNER White Star Line relics can be found :It 0D D.odG d lb polt thc oqry elsewhere in Northumberland. Akzo Nobel, &!il,hqd. formerly Crown Paints, in Haltwhistle, lffieboudrlr*nrcorbfb n#nffiil"il:,ffi;"HH$' purchased floors, ceilings, doors, windows, 4.rfrc e acrorllbllc dod, crrfrd h I I liner to life. The film gleamed with staircases, chairs and tables from the lSD, drldrodcQlHd locd Llfiffi#ila:,Hffitr installed them in a works'canteen. I lnnfld7ffimeill Olympicwhen she was scrap@ and dnndeliers. ButTitanicfans dont have to .m{Ucbt ffilcdGrlw White $,nn Hotel, call0165 ffi21@. sit in a darkened cinema to experience what AIeo Nobel, caII01434 3fr421 drtlc[ d todrnd b.!dlr lLcc ot it must have been like to be on board. plghfu A roaoftl b !ro! !rt6d rltc odddc h. br bel b cmnort lnside the White Swan Hotel in Alnwick, hrntn dtbrd !y lhbrd fllen an hour north of Newcastle, is the first- ncilr*rkdocl' Ittr e rrllrrol class lounge of her sister ship, the Olympic. Hrdcl. & ttc llrf,t llrd dllcrr, Built into a specially constructed shell in lp d nrporrblc ftr lh cncrdor d 1935 after the vessel was broken up, the prlpchhtodldg:urHror lounge serves as the hotelt dining room. hbt bdqrTelbdry,&olood It is a beautiftrl interior, its pale wood walls carved with lyrestroking nymphs. dfc dnd g|tn lb brlh* ltdodan ilrtrd pft! h l& mm. GEffiE PtllD[.E T}:teTitanic is often hailed as having been a z Souunmpton Maritirne Museum, call O1703 the largest ship afloat, but that honour t E o 223€81. Tte lsnay Trail starts at tie Maryport actually belonged tothe Olympic. Both were 2 equally luxurious, and the Olympiclange Dm h Dtner*lc oprilcncc at fln l{hlb Srren Maritirne MussJm, call 019OO 813738 imprssed all who saw it. It was, wrote one, thel at lhniclq llordunbcdend
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