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Mystic Seaport Home

Project funded in part by the Gladys Brooks Foundation

Imigration and Steamship Photos

1862-1927


1987.62.25
Mystic Seaport Num: 1987.62.25
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1987.62.26
Mystic Seaport Num: 1987.62.26
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Olympic

Steamship Line: White Star Line Built: Harland & Wolff, Belfast, Ireland; laid down 1908, launched 1910 Year Built: 1911
Routes: Southampton-NY
Passengers:1st class: 1,054; 2nd class: 510; 3rd class: 1,020
History:Cost $7.5 million to build. After sinking of TITANIC, her construction was altered; tonnage increased to 46,439. Served as troopship in WWI. Reconditioned in 1921. Rammed and sank lightship NANTUCKET May 16, 1934, in thick fog; the 7 crew members of light
Machinery:Triple-screw, 23 knots
Masts and funnels:2 masts, 4 funnels