Never mind on #1 & #2 - I found the images in the Harland & Wolff Collection, National Museums Northern Ireland.Hello, Allan -
I'm a newbie researcher looking for information on the top & interior of the after/dummy funnel, and your information above is incredibly helpful (esp. about there being no funnel cap).
May I ask what the dummy funnel being "stepped" means? Can you kindly point me to a primary source that has any cite-able info/images about the 4th funnel?
I've studied the amazing Beveridge deck plans, but none seem to show the top or interior of the after funnel.
I've found a Harland & Wolff blueprint of a funnel online (attached), but it seems to be one of the working funnels, not the after funnel.
And I've seen images like these that seem very useful, but none cite a primary source with any authority:
1. Top (?) of 4th funnel, Olympic - source?
Titanic boiler room plans and systems
2. Bottom (?) of 4th funnel, Titanic - source?
Titanic Station: Titanic's Funnels, or Smokestacks
3. Worker atop the 4th funnel (?), Titanic - source?
Many thanks, Allan - or anyone who can help me find sources!