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First Class Passengers' Dining Room - #5

The first Class dining salon located amidships on the D deck (Saloon deck) could seat up to 550 per sitting.

Wallace Hartley was the leader of the Titanic's band of eight musicians who died when the ship sank. The band played merry tunes to keep up the passengers' spirits, although legend has it that at the end they played "Nearer, my God, to Thee."

The first-class dining saloon, at over 114 feet, was the largest room on the ship and could accommodate up to 554 passengers.

This drawing gives some idea of the iceberg hazards faced by the Titanic, including the one it hit. The Carpathia, pictured on the left, was some 58 nautical miles away when it received the message that the ship was in trouble.

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Second Class Jardiniére from the Second Class Dining Saloon of the Titanic

Information for second-class Titanic passengers.

This is what the first class dinning room would look like.

Titanic - The Jacobean Room - First class dining