Hello, this is my first post here. Thank you for allowing me to participate in your forum. I've spent the last year or so working with the good folks at Titianic-Model.com to create certain technical areas of the Olympic class ships in 3D computer graphics. Certain people were super helpful but I don't have permission to post their names. A member here was asking about the technical areas of the ship so I thought I'd share. I've been a Titanic fan for about 50 years, mainly about the technical aspects of the ship but have never seen a steamer myself and have had a lot of help from more knowledgeable folks to create these images. They were produced using plans of all 3 ships. Certain aspects of the room are conjecture such as the bridge telegraphs, placement of the engineer desk etc. My main goal was to create an engine space as close to original as possible but don't take every detail here as authentic. For example, I believe the pipes would have been wrapped in a white consultative material. The electric winches on the floor level are the wrong type. I just haven't updated them here. These were produced using NewTek's Lightwave 3D, a 3D modeling software. Be sure to click somewhere on the image(s) and drag to look around. These images are copyright but you can be viewed on a viewer such as Google Cardboard, Samsung Gear VR etc which is exceptional as you will literally be standing within the room looking around. If folks here find these interesting then I can post more images. Thanks for looking. Center of the starting platform: SP1 Floor level, aft: AFT1 Catwalk at the main steam cut-off valves: CAT1b Catwalk against the forward bulkhead: CAT1 Catwalk at the base of the 2nd set of ladders: CAT1c Cylinder head level: CT1 Pumps port side: PORT1 Pumps starboard: STARB1 I have also completed a similarly done model of boiler room #1. May be doing the turbine room, I haven't decided yet. I have some really cool animations of the room above which will be processing for quite some time before posting on YouTube. Thanks for looking.