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leonSat Feb-03-18 06:17 AM
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#55793, "Mystery Box RMS Titanic & RMS Oceanic !"
Sat Feb-03-18 06:18 AMby leon

  

          

Hello everybody,

Here I did some research about this misterious box of the "bridge before B".

My brother and I and Robert Read can not say what this box really is.

That assumptions are of course because nothing or no Olympic or Titanic photographs have updated the use of this box which was deleted after the wreck of the Titanic.

On the Olympic Plan GA 1920s this box was represented on the plan with a bypass of Teak wood.

Why should they go around this misterious box?

The only things around is Ventilation and cable reel or winches.

I find a photo of the RMS Oceanic, but I am not 100% sure that this silk RMS Oceanic.

I observe that there is an electric winches of white color and that it has the appearance and more or less the shape of our misterious box.

On the 1920 Olympic ventilation charts no clues that this silk a breakdown.

On the Olympic Pumping pipe and Titanic plans either nothing is represented.

Why this misterious box edt she round each side?

Do not forget that on this bridge people of the first class walk and there is a risk that people will blip over passing on this bridge B and a risk that children curious draws this blument.

Of course this is only a hypothesis without overwhelming evidence and I may be wrong too.

I think rather of a manual winch with a crank to operate this winch.

Best look.

Source images C JAMES CAMERON Eartship Productions 2001

http://imagesia.com/boite-mistere-titanic-sample-1_1fpdy



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leonSat Feb-03-18 06:39 AM
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#55794, "RE: Mystery Box RMS Titanic & RMS Oceanic !"
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Number two sample

http://imagesia.com/teste-images-box-mystery-titanic-oceanic_1fpe1


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Ralph CurrellSat Feb-03-18 06:53 PM
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#55796, "RE: Mystery Box RMS Titanic & RMS Oceanic !"
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Hi Lionel,

Thanks for the images. Just a minor correction, the ship in your winch photo is the S.S. Briton of 1897. There is a superficial resemblance between the winch and the Titanic object, but I don't know how significant that is. The Briton boat winch is probably steam powered and would be a lot longer in the fore-and-aft direction.

There is no room on the Titanic object for anything like a steam engine or electric motor. A hand-cranked reel is a possibility, but it's hard to understand what its purpose would be, or why it was later removed from Olympic.

There is an Oceanic photo showing a hand-powered device of about the right size on either side of the ship near the bulwarks. But I suspect it's a shipyard tool (maybe a grinding wheel?) rather than a fitting on the ship itself.



Regards,
Ralph

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leonSun Feb-04-18 05:05 AM
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#55801, "RE: Mystery Box RMS Titanic & RMS Oceanic !"
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leonSun Feb-04-18 05:26 AM
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#55802, "RE: Mystery Box RMS Titanic & RMS Oceanic !"
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Ralph CurrellSun Feb-04-18 09:42 AM
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#55804, "RE: Mystery Box RMS Titanic & RMS Oceanic !"
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Hi Lionel,

I understand what you're getting at. It's an interesting idea, and I suppose it would work. Any photos I've seen of the boarding ladder deployed on Olympic and Britannic show it in the aft position, so I don't know if there's any way to verify how it was lifted when located forward. We may never know for sure unless the cover on the Titanic box decays to the point where we can see inside.

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Ralph

  

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