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The Second-Class Social Lounge Was More Than Enough

If you didn’t know it, you might assume that this room was home to the first-class of passengers. No, even upholstered chairs and lavish ceilings weren’t fancy enough for the first-class. Much like the first-class lounge, it was styled after the lavish Palace of Versailles, but the designer left the more ornate fixings for first-class.

This second-class social lounge was where many played cards, and some rogue third-class members would try and sneak their way into.

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