#54888, "RE: WSL sheds" In response to In response to 1 Tue Apr-04-17 11:17 AMby Jason
I think you are right!! It makes sense because the boarding car (is there a better name for that?) for Titanic / berth 44 was shorter, as you can see in this Browne picture:
Cameron must have depicted that car incorrectly. He showed the extended one that was designed for the balcony at berth 43 that didn't overhang.
I first I thought this this next picture showed the northern / 43 shed, but it MUST be the berth 44 shed with overhang.
This is the 46 berth, on the other side of the dock, clearly showing a balcony that doesn't overhang. There were not just the two buildings at WSL, but several. I guess the elevation in TTSM shows one type of building.
Finally, this one clinches it, as it shows both balconies. The 43 shed without overhang is clear.
I don't have a photograph of the southern end of the 43 shed, but I suppose it would be reasonable to extrapolate that from the 46 shed?