Lots of Photographs
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To the Drafting Table - Plans
The keel of this digital liner is created with the assistance of many different plans and blueprints purchased from collections or given access to the team by generous historians. Titanic and Olympic’s steel plans, their ventilation systems, emergency fire-fighting systems, accommodations, and rigging plans are utilized to model her in such detail that would meet any rivet-counter’s approval.
THG’s Memorabilia - A Mini Museum
Members of Titanic: Honor and Glory’s crew have collected dozens of artifacts related to Titanic, her sisters, the White Star Line, and the ocean liners. This is all done with the task of deciphering and understanding different aspects of Titanic. Travel guides and brochures from Red Star and Leyland Lines offer insight into how Titanic’s passengers spent their time aboard. Menus from Holland-American line vessels from 1910 and 1912 fill in the missing pieces for what was served in the dining saloons. Postcards from other Harland and Wolff built steamers give the team color representations of fabric and carpet patterns.
Measuring the Sisters - Research in the United Kingdom
When blueprints and plans fail to reveal some of the secrets from Titanic the team needs a more hands-on approach to unlocking her mysteries. While the great ship is decaying miles below the ocean’s surface, much of her nearly-identical twin sister ships survive to this day. Remnants of the mighty RMS Olympic and the planned fittings for RMS Britannic are scattered about the United Kingdom. The THG team have taken several trips to Belfast, Alnwick, Southampton, and other locations to photograph, research, and painstakingly measure dozens of shipboard artifacts. Wall moldings and ceiling cornice, balustrades and columns. Hundreds of artifacts have been documented and recreated into a digital version of the lost vessel.