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Ralph CurrellThu Jan-18-18 10:09 AM
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#55741, "RE: Olympic's Workshop or Machine Shop"
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Hi Brad,

I've taken the liberty of displaying your image here, as it was not appearing in your original post.



Thank you for posting these articles! I've seen brief accounts of the workshop in the Olympic-class ships before, but this is the most detailed description I am aware of. I've attached here an image of a workshop on a smaller ship to give an idea of how it might be laid out.



The article describing the work done to the Olympic in New York is also new to me. It must have been pretty urgent for them not to wait for their return to Southampton.

May I ask what journal these articles came from?

Regards,
Ralph

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Olympic's Workshop or Machine Shop [View all] , b-rad, Wed Jan-17-18 09:57 PM
  RE: Olympic's Workshop or Machine Shop, Ralph Currell, Jan 18th 2018 #1
RE: Olympic's Workshop or Machine Shop, b-rad, Jan 18th 2018, #2
      Modifications at New York, Ralph Currell, Jan 19th 2018, #3
           RE: Modifications at New York, b-rad, Jan 19th 2018, #4

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