The RMS Olympic:
floor tiles from the Turkish bath suite

Floor tiles on the Olympic
  < Parks Stephenson

These now obsolete renderings of the tiles on the floor of the Olympic were made by Parks Stephenson, from original pictures of the liner, several years before his participation in the last undersea exploration of the wreck of the Titanic in the early 2000s.1 They are included here to enable a comparison to be made with later renders which were created after Stephenson's dive with James Cameron.

Those interested in the Olympic and the Titanic will find much more recent material of interest in his wonderful website Servicing the Ships Sailing the Western Ocean.

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Parks Stephenson for permission to use his tile renderings, and much else.

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