Tis is one of the gates from 3rd class to 1st class
3rd Class had more than half of the passengers on board. They were separated as Women and Children at the stern and men in the bow. There were 706 passengers on board and 120 were Irish, 63 were Finnish, 26 were Swedish, 24 were Belgians, and the rest were either English or American. The cabins were 3 pounds/$5 or 81 pounds/$40 ($176-$460 in today's money). There 462 men, 165 women, and 176 children. The sinking was terrible because it was so hard to get to the boat deck. Many died waiting for someone to unlock barriers that separated them from the rest of the ship. The Goodwins had 6 children and when they got to the deck, all the boats had left. All, even a 6 month old died in that family. Some even went back to their cabins with no hope of escape. 75 men, 76 women, and 79 children survived. Milvina Dean, the last and most famous survivor of the Titanic was from 3rd class.