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SteveFurySat Oct-21-17 01:00 AM
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#55554, "RE: Reciprocating room CG #2"
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Thanks for all the input and information.

As posted in the other thread, I built a winch but it's not exactly what was in there- but it will need to suffice. I think it's pretty close anyhow.

The desk really doesn't work well between the aft columns because of the stairs. Unless the desk is within a foot or two of the aft pillar- but the desk isn't shown in that position on the Olympic telephone photo.
The stairs pose a problem because if someone was working at the desk, it would be a "excuse me" for someone to pass through that corridor.
My desk is 2'10"W x 2'4D. I figure a decent size for a ledger.

As a compromise I mounted the telegraphs on the center column, and the desk at the after end of the forward column.

I made a simple gauge board and put it above the desk.
I think this will have to do. I like how it looks but maybe the telegraphs should be a bit smaller. The handwheel above the desk controls the ventilation fans up above:





Thanks for lookin'

Steve Fury
from Atlanta,GA USA

  

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Reciprocating room CG #2 [View all] , SteveFury, Sun Oct-15-17 09:17 PM
  RE: Reciprocating room CG #2, SteveFury, Oct 16th 2017, #1
RE: Reciprocating room CG #2, Dave Abate, Oct 16th 2017, #2
      RE: Reciprocating room CG #2, SteveFury, Oct 16th 2017, #3
           RE: Reciprocating room CG #2, Ralph Currell, Oct 17th 2017, #4
                RE: Reciprocating room CG #2, Bill West, Oct 17th 2017, #5
                     RE: Reciprocating room CG #2, Ralph Currell, Oct 17th 2017, #6
                          RE: Reciprocating room CG #2, Bill West, Oct 17th 2017, #7
                               RE: Reciprocating room CG #2, SteveFury, Oct 21st 2017 #8
                                    RE: Reciprocating room CG #2, SteveFury, Oct 22nd 2017, #9
                                         RE: Reciprocating room CG #2, Joe100, Oct 22nd 2017, #10
                                              RE: Reciprocating room CG #2, Ralph Currell, Oct 22nd 2017, #11
                                                   RE: Reciprocating room CG #2, SteveFury, Oct 22nd 2017, #12
                                                        RE: Reciprocating room CG #2, Ralph Currell, Oct 22nd 2017, #13
                                                             RE: Reciprocating room CG #2, Bill West, Oct 23rd 2017, #14
                                                                  RE: Reciprocating room CG #2, Ralph Currell, Oct 23rd 2017, #15
                                                                       RE: Reciprocating room CG #2, c riley, Nov 02nd 2017, #16
                                                                            RE: Reciprocating room CG #2, Ralph Currell, Nov 02nd 2017, #17
                                                                                 RE: Reciprocating room CG #2, SteveFury, Nov 11th 2017, #18
                                                                                      RE: Reciprocating room CG #2, SteveFury, Nov 11th 2017, #19
                                                                                           RE: Reciprocating room CG #2, Ralph Currell, Nov 11th 2017, #20
                                                                                           RE: Reciprocating room CG #2, Bill West, Nov 12th 2017, #21
                                                                                           RE: Reciprocating room CG #2, SteveFury, Nov 12th 2017, #22

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