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You’re A Third-Class Passenger On The Titanic. What Does Your Day Look Like?

When the Titanic set off on its transoceanic voyage in early 1912, it was considered luxurious and unsinkable. The well-known fate of the Titanic has captured imaginations for more than a century - from its elaborate amenities to its immense size to its famous passenger list. 

Of the roughly 2,200 passengers and crew aboard the Titanic, more than 700 were from third-class, or steerage. Travel for a third-class passenger paled in comparison to what first- and second-class passengers enjoyed, but life below deck wasn't anything to scoff at. Third-class passengers enjoyed good food, clean surroundings, and many more creature comforts than they'd had at home or would find when they reached America.

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