By Bruce Beveridge, Scott Andrews, Steve Hall and Daniel Klistorner. Edited by Art Branschweiger
There has long been a desire and need for a book, or set of books, that cover nearly every facet of the construction of Titanicâ€“â€“from hull plates to funnels and from dinner plates to waste pipes, Titanic The Ship Magnificent undertakes to be that all-encompassing work.
Titanic The Ship Magnificent is a compilation of diverse and assorted sources brought together into one place for the first time. This set of two volumes is the culmination of an effort that spanned years of research and many more hours of editing and annotating. As an anthology that seems to be second-to-none and that includes about 1,500 photographs, drawings and illustrations, the books answer nearly every question about the shipâ€™s design and building. Many photographs have not been published since the time of building of Olympic and Titanic.
The first volume spans 688 pages covering nearly every element of her design and construction with accompanying illustrations, diagrams and plans.
The second volume boasts 512 pages and covers the details of her interiors including hundreds of photographs and deck plans.
Volume 1: Chapters include – Inception and Construction Plans; Structural Members; Keel, Floors and Double Bottom; Frames, Beams, Pillars; Stem, Stern Castings and Rudder; Watertight Bulkheads, Watertight Doors and Coal Bunkers; Shell Plating; Steel Decking, Wood Sheathing, Waterways and Scuppers; Temporary and Portable Accessway, Machinery and Boiler Casings, Hatches; Deckhouses and Expansion Joints; Sidelights, Skylights and Windows;Bulwarks, Railings and Awnings; Funnels, Masts and Rigging; Corrosion, Paint and Waterproofing; Propelling Machinery; WaterSystems, Ballast and Bilge Arrangements; Electric Generating Plant, Wiring and General Fittings; Refrigeration and Insulation; Ventilation and Heating; Anchors, Mooring and Warping Equipment; Cranes, Winches and General Cargo Handling Equipment; Navigational Equipment, Steering, Telegraphs, Flags and Signaling Equipment; Lifeboats, Welin Davits and Safety Appliances; Marconi Apparatus.
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Chapters include â€“ A Palatial Hotel; Interior Design and Furnishings, Ship Joinery, Stairs, Ladders and Doors; Sanitary Appliances; Culinary, Commissary and Plate Service; Boat Deck; A Deck (Promenade); B Deck (Bridge); C Deck (Shelter); D Deck (Saloon); E Deck (Upper); F Deck (Middle); G Deck (Lower); Orlop Deck, Lower Orlop Deck and Tank Top; Passenger Accommodations Deck by Deck; Crew List.
Hardcover with dust jacket. Book measurements: 16 X 8.5 Weight: 6 pounds.
List# TTSM508-1 Volume 1: $75.00
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