Francis St. James
This bunk was deemed a historical site by Captain Canute Glaskis. It was inhabited for a short time in TD+21 by Francis St. James, ship's naturalist who mysteriously disappered at the end of said Era. He was a devoted student of Mechanistic Philosphy and spent his time aboard the the ship building and studying machines to help prove these theories, which were developed by his beloved mentor: Valentin Aleksandrovich Zakharov.
St. James suffered a deep homesickness malaies while aboard. His iconic pictures of his brother, lover and Professor have been preserved to respect this great sadness that he grappled with. His perceived Philosophy and "Religion of the universe as originating from a perfect machine" has been adopoted by many of the crew. His bunk is used as a space for meditation and quiet contemplation. It is maintained by Sadie Sadie, a devotee of the aforementioned Philosophy and/or Religion.
As an interesting side note, it is rumored that, since leaving the Due Return, St. James has attempted to communicate with the crew by means of leaving bones, etched with cryptic messages, in past and future eras. While his message (if it is indeed his) remains unclear, the bones themselves are available for perusal in the ship's Archives.