What a fascinating place and what an amazing story. And they are still working on it so its only going to get better. At first, we thought the $20 price for a tour of the upper decks and the engine room was a bit pricey, but two hours later we felt we'd got MORE than enough for our money. A lot of restoration has been done and much of the original fittings is still there. The engine room is a must not miss - although it hasn't been working for about 60 years, it still works and it gets turned on during the tour; the boilers and coal shutes are quite amazing too. Can't recommend this highly enough
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