76 items found relating to : Engine Telegraph
|TITANIC ENGINE ROOM TELEGRAPH
Titanic telegraph photographed on the seabed during the 1987 Titanic expedition. ...
LOBB William Arthur of Bugle St Austell Cornwall engine driver died 14 April 1912 at sea Administration Bodmin 3 August 1912 to George Lobb clay labourer Effects £50 NB. Engine driver in this sense is a mine engine rather than conventional ...
|CAPTAIN SMITH ON THE BRIDGE OF THE TITANIC
Captain Smith photographed by a newspaper photographer on the bridge of the Titanic. Southampton, April 1912. A Engine Telegraph is visible in the background....
|LAST CONTACT WITH TITANIC?
Was Jack Mew the last man to have contact with Titanic before she left Southampton?...
|Daily Sketch||THE HEROIC ENGINEERS
Mr. Arthur Ward, one of the Titanic's engineers. In all the messages received no mention is made of what happened in the engine-room, of the gallant engineers sticking to their post with the water pouring into the bowels of the ship. That not one was...
|22nd April 1912|
|New York Times||MORGAN TO MEET KAISER
Report That Settlement of Italian-Turkish War Will Be Discussed --- By Marconi Transatlantic Wireless Telegraph to The New York Times --- LONDON, April 5---According to a dispatch from Modena, sent out by the Ex...
|6th April 1912|
|The Times||THE CARPATHIA TORPEDOED
The Cunard steamer Carpathia was sunk by an enemy torpedo in the Atlantic, west of Ireland, last Wednesday while on the outward voyage. Survivors state that the vessel was sunk by a German submarine at about 9:15 on Wednesday morning....
|20th July 1918|
|The Times||ROSTRON BEATS HIMSELF TO NEW YORK BY WIRELESS
Page 17 Photograph sent by Wireless London to New York The Marconi Wireless Telegraph Company states that when the Mauretania arrived in New York yesterday, under Captain Rostron, he found that a copy of his photograph had...
|24th April 1926|
|Hampshire Independent||IN MEMORIAM: WILLIAM FARQUHARSON
In loving memory of my ever dear husband, Will, who sacrificed his life in the engine-room, R.M.S. Titanic. Fondly remembered....
|17th April 1912|
|West Briton and Cornwall Advertiser||UNTITLED
Mr. W. H. Nancarrow, an engine driver, who had previously been abroad, was returning to some friends. His wife and nine young children reside at Mount Charles, St Austell....
|18th April 1912|