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Milner62Mon Oct-23-17 08:44 PM
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#55565, "Titanic Plans"


          

Not sure where to put this but I am looking for a plan that is detailed and current for me to frame and hang on the wall.

I really like the TI2 profile plan view from Titanic-CAD-Plans but the guy went out of business and isn't selling nor any way to contact him. So does anyone know of a place selling a plan like that TI2 plan in question?

This is the plan in question to make this easier.



Ive already looked at Hahn`s site as well as a few other sites but really couldn't find anything close to the TI2 shown above. I don't mind a fore and aft view but I don't want a top view. preferably I would like one just like the above but just cant find anything for sale. If anyone could help direct me towards a site or company selling something similar that is current and high quality I would like to know.

  

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Ralph CurrellMon Oct-23-17 10:16 PM
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#55566, "RE: Titanic Plans"
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Hello,

The plans you're referring to are those created by Bob Read, who is a frequent and respected contributor around here. To say he "went out of business" sounds a bit harsh; he has elected to stop selling his plans but his site is still quite active in hosting his research articles.

If the Hahn plans aren't to your liking, have you considered the colour artwork done by Cyril Codus? I don't know if he has a web site but I believe he can be contacted on Facebook. Apart from the gentlemen mentioned above I don't know of anyone else selling large scale Titanic plans.

Regards,
Ralph

  

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Milner62Tue Oct-24-17 08:02 PM
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#55569, "RE: Titanic Plans"
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>Hello,
>
>The plans you're referring to are those created by Bob Read,
>who is a frequent and respected contributor around here. To
>say he "went out of business" sounds a bit harsh; he has
>elected to stop selling his plans but his site is still quite
>active in hosting his research articles.
>
>If the Hahn plans aren't to your liking, have you considered
>the colour artwork done by Cyril Codus? I don't know if he
>has a web site but I believe he can be contacted on Facebook.
>Apart from the gentlemen mentioned above I don't know of
>anyone else selling large scale Titanic plans.
>
>Regards,
> Ralph

I know he choose to stop selling his plans. It does not change that he is no longer in business of selling his plans.

My thing is I am looking for current accurate plans, the Hahn plans Ive seen are outdated as they still show Titanic with a 4 bladed center screw and I have yet to get a email back from him if its been updated. The other problem is I really want the style like TI2 profile view if it is not too big to be framed and hung on a wall. I like how basic and focal the design is. Hahns has fore and aft and top views which I personally think it distracts from the main profile view in the center.

I have how ever been looking for the last few days and haven't found anything. So far it looks like the only company in business selling plans is Hahn which also sells the general arrangement plans that are found in Titanic:SM book.

  

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bpreadWed Oct-25-17 07:22 AM
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#55572, "RE: Titanic Plans"
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Hi Milner62:
It is correct that that I am not currently selling any plans. However as Ralph Currell stated above Cyril Codus has developed some color plans of Titanic suitable for framing. You can reach him at: cyril.codus@gmail.com

Below is an example of his work.
Regards,
Bob Read

<a data-flickr-embed="true" href="https://www.flickr.com/photos/35267392@N06/26147362509/in/dateposted-public/" title="Codus"><img src="" width="1024" height="692" alt="Codus"></a><script async src="//embedr.flickr.com/assets/client-code.js" charset="utf-8"></script>

  

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Milner62Wed Oct-25-17 12:25 PM
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#55575, "RE: Titanic Plans"
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>Hi Milner62:
>It is correct that that I am not currently selling any plans.
>However as Ralph Currell stated above Cyril Codus has
>developed some color plans of Titanic suitable for framing.
>You can reach him at: cyril.codus@gmail.com
>
>Below is an example of his work.
>Regards,
>Bob Read
>
><a data-flickr-embed="true"
>href="https://www.flickr.com/photos/35267392@N06/26147362509/in/dateposted-public/"
>title="Codus"><img
>src=""
>width="1024" height="692" alt="Codus"></a><script async
>src="//embedr.flickr.com/assets/client-code.js"
>charset="utf-8"></script>

Thanks for the help. Its a shame that you had to stop selling for the reasons Ive heard. Really sucks. I know your plans were real good came highly recommended back in the 90`s when I was looking. Just never got around to purchasing a set then. But I will give a look into this source though. I'm not really crazy about the color aspect I really loved the TI2 I posted above the way how its laid out but guess will have to see what I find that I like for a substitute.

  

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