There is no escape behind cabin E-202. There are a few other rooms between them. The ladder was going down to boiler room No. 6.Hi, coming back to this I think the 2005 expedition did locate one of the firemen's escape ladders. Looking at the plans, is that the one behind cabin E-202?
Meanwhile they had stated it is the one for BR 6. I do not think they went far enough down the Scotland Road because of the debris to get to the one for BR 5.Hi, Parks Stephenson said that Cameron found an escape trunk leading into either boiler room 5 or 6, from Scotland road. I'm trying to find where that would be on the plans.
I see which one you mean. I was writing by memory and would need to look where they filmed it. The other escape ladders were at the boiler uptakes.I only see the one by E-202 on Bruce Beveridge's plans.
It is in "Last Mysteries of the Titanic" and also in the above mentioned book "Exploring the Deep".Hi! I will need to get that book then. Do you know if the footage of Scotland road was made available in any of his documentary programs?
Correct. Unfortunately debris and rusticles blocked Cameron's attempts to penetrate the boiler rooms themselves from Scotland Road and he opted to abandon the attempt rather than risk the loss of the ROV.Hi, Parks Stephenson said that Cameron found an escape trunk leading into either boiler room 5 or 6, from Scotland road. I'm trying to find where that would be on the plans. I only see the one by E-202 on Bruce Beveridge's plans.
They had try to get from outside but the way was blocked by debris.Cameron managed to explore engine room and reach the WTD to turbine room but the WTD was closed and full of debris so could not go more.... why they did not try go around and use ripped shell plating as access point to enter compartment?.
Correct. I have been hoping that autonomous small form ROV technology that has really come a long way in the last decade, thanks in no small part to TEPCO and the Fukushima nuclear disaster, meets underwater archaeology. Thus, finally enabling the exploration and documentation of inaccessible portions of the Titanic wreck.They had try to get from outside but the way was blocked by debris.