Titanic - What happened in the Engine and Boiler rooms

seeanji
13th November 2009, 02:01
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jerome morris
25th March 2010, 01:18
Very interesting. I'm glad someone has finally put this out for the world to read, as it seems the engine room personnel were not part of the incident, but they kept the lights burning.
I still feel a great pitty for them as when the lights finally went out for the last time they had no way of getting out.
And I have wondered as well what they must have thought when the stern broke free of the hull. My god those poor soles.

Paul_Lee
6th May 2010, 18:23
Very interesting, thank you for posting this. The order to abandon the engine room, or "all hands on deck" happened on deck fairly early on, and at least a few of the engineers were later seen on deck. They weren't all below, with no hope of escape.
Actually, the article dovetails with what I have recently written athttp://www.paullee.com/titanic/belowdecks.php

alan ward
14th October 2011, 14:31
Look up Titanica Britannica for the most complete coverage of this

alan ward
14th October 2011, 14:32
Sorry encyclopedia titanica

NiceFellow
9th January 2014, 09:53
Very nice piece. May I add some photos and info about the engineering crew?

Tmac1720
9th January 2014, 10:35
Thanks for the compliments, they are appreciated it is however just my opinion and not a statement of fact. (Scribe)