Dimensions of bridge deck and promenade deck?

Aurélien WOLFF

Aurélien WOLFF

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Hello, first, sorry for my absence, I started thinking of getting back to my revell titanic only yesterday. I'm planning to redo the shape of the bridge and promenade deck beause I don't like how the revell part look (I'll do it for both of my 1/570 scale kit) but I'm unsure about the dimension, where I need to cut or add stuff, I prefer to ask to be sure. Here's what the revell part look like from super hobby.

source: https://www.super-hobby.fr/products/R.M.S.-TITANIC-Set.html#gallery_start
Thanks for your answers!
 
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Cam Houseman

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The Bridge deck was about 550ft, according to the June 1911 issue of the shipbuilder, on page 19 of the Olympic issue:

"The main structure of the vessels ends at the bridge deck, which is carried for 550 feet amidships."
 
Jason D. Tiller

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Uh whatever happened to the pictures?
The images are displayed through the link. You cannot upload images via a website to your post; they will not show up properly. Furthermore, it appears there are copyrights with those photos; please keep that in mind when uploading images to the forum in the future and only upload images, where permission has been obtained. I have edited your post to reflect this.
 
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Aurélien WOLFF

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Oh ok, on the dimension, my question was about when the multiple lines stop and start (not sure I'm making myself clear, I have to redo the part shape and add windows because the promenade deck is quite visible at this scale).
 
Aurélien WOLFF

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Someone from another forum gave me the drawings with dimension of the promenade deck, I'll use to redo the shape. I need to add the windows too, they're not on the kit boat deck, promenade deck and bridge deck.
 
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