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leonFri Dec-29-17 03:14 PM
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#55698, "A big block of a skylight on the bridge "boat deck""


  

          

Hi everybody,

I am stumbled upon this photograph of an Olympic Class model from H & W.

I observed and I saw that he put on the boat deck a skylight that I surround in red.

It's the same skylight as on the R.M.S. oceanic!

Who can tell me if there is a photograph of this angle and if sela and possible to have such a big block on the boat deck?

Thank you.

Best regards.

Lionel Codus.


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LIONEL CODUS.

  

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Ralph CurrellFri Dec-29-17 09:44 PM
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#55699, "RE: A big block of a skylight on the bridge "
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Hi Lionel,

Thanks for posting that, it's an interesting photo. The object you pointed out does indeed resemble the Oceanic skylight, but seems considerably larger. Without seeing it more clearly I couldn't say for sure if it's a skylight or not, but we know there was a prismatic deck skylight installed in that area on Olympic when completed.

There are a number of other differences between this model and the ship as built, such as the absence of the bridge wing cabs and the stair leading from B-deck to the forward well.

Regards,
Ralph

  

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GRAwolfTue Jan-09-18 08:36 AM
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#55720, "RE: A big block of a skylight on the bridge "
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Not to mention the curved front of the Navigation Bridge and four million portholes in the number 1 hatch..

Regards, Gary

  

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bpreadTue Jan-09-18 11:42 AM
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#55721, "RE: A big block of a skylight on the bridge "
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Tue Jan-09-18 01:04 PMby bpread

          

I think
Ralph has the right idea. I think this skylight was perhaps planned instead of non-ventilating prismatic skylights.
Regards
Bob Read

  

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