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Accommodation Plan - Flotta Lauro Lines, TN Sydney, 1959 Document Reg. No: HT 2603

Folded passenger accommodation plan for the TN Sydney operated by the Flotta Lauro Lines. The plan shows the layout of cabins and public spaces on C,B, and A decks, Foyer deck, promenade deck, boat deck and sun deck. There are a total of 119 first class and 994 tourist class passengers, and the ship is air conditioned throughout. The plan was drawn by Edizione Maggio and printed by Arti Grafiche Bozzo, Genova, Italy in 1959.

The TN Sydney was built as C3 class cargo ship, and was changed to a Auxiliary Aircraft Carrier during construction and was eventually launched in April 1942, as the H.M.S. Fencer. She was used by the Royal Navy for wartime duties. Following the war she was purchased by Flotta Lauro Lines to be refitted as a passenger liner to be used in the Italy to Australia migrant transportation.
Folded single-sided sheet, light paper, printed in blue. Text in Italian and English.
Acquisition Information:
Donation from Mr John McKay, 2003
Discipline: Technology
Dimensions: 11.2 cm (Height), 8.7 cm (Width)
Dimension Comment: Folded four times.

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Tagged with: immigration, pamphlets, shipping, shipping lines, ship memorabilia, shipping industry, ships, plan drawings, accommodation, flotta lauro 1954, 1962
Themes this item is part of: Migration Collection, Transport Collection
Primary Classification: WATER TRANSPORT
Secondary Classification: Steam Power
Tertiary Classification: accommodation plans
Inscriptions: Cover title: "Flotta Lauro, Lauro Lines * T/N 'SYDNEY' PASSENGER ACCOMMODATION PLAN"

Other Association (See Comments): Edizione Maggio, Italy, 1959

Drawer of plan
Printer: Arti Grafiche Bozzo, Genova, Italy, 1959
User: Flotta Lauro Lines, Naples, Italy, 1959
Ship Depicted: ., 1959

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