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Classical Revival with Ionic capitals, Batignolles Cemetery

Modern Eclecticism

Starting in the 1930s, architectural styles essentially became devoid of ornament. However, clever architects who wanted to put their individualized stamp on their designs often blended some of the emerging styles and sometimes borrowed from the past.

Modern Eclecticism, Batignolles Cemetery

Byzantine Revival

Byzantine architecture is at times difficult to plumb since it borrows from other styles such as Romanesque and Classical. Look for effervescent domes and intricate mosaics. The Hagia Sophia in Istanbul is the hallmark of Byzantine architecture.

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Messrs Aitchison Blair Ltd at Clydebank, Glasgow manufactured the engine and ancillary machinery. She had one deck, a well deck, three bulkheads cemented and a 29.98-m raised quarterdeck, a 2.7-m bridge deck and 6.4-m forecastle. She had some cellular double-bottom fore and her main compartments comprised a forepeak, chain locker, crew space and a store room, a 26.21-m long cargo hold divided in the centre by a wooden bulkhead, the engine room, boiler room, a coal bunker and an after-peak. She was classed as 100 A1. The designated code recognition signal letters were: MJWC. In 1920, she was renamed Glanton by the same owners.

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