I have a small machine shop and I have an insane idea. I want to make new parts for an Olympic class ship. Before you call for the men with the straight jackets, let me explain. Last year I came up with the idea to rebuild some part of Titanic (I'm using that ship specifically, but am aware that the three were pretty much the same when it comes to the nuts and bolts). I want to make an engine part specifically, but will accept almost anything. Every single part had to have a mechanical drawing (blueprint) and there just has to be some of those drawings floating around out there. Some specific to the class of ship, some were simple H&W "stock" parts, some were general British specification (nuts and bolts). I thought "How cool would it be to have a framed mechanical drawing with that part displayed with it?" For example, the linkage rod for a water tight door's float. Let your mind run wild. A high pressure piston nut. A pin that holds a cable sheave of an electric crane. A bearing adjustment screw for a dynamo. The problem I have is that I have not been able to dig up any drawings for the Olympic class. Heck, I consider myself lucky to have found drawings from H&W in general. It's a drawing for a governor screw and the date is 1939. Obviously an engine part. I'm going to attempt to make this part, hopefully in full scale depending on my supply of material and, at the end, have a little chunk of H&W. If you have any mechanical drawings you would be willing to share with me, I'll be more than happy to receive them. Heck, I'm open to anything related to any of the ships involved in the Titanic story. Turnbuckle for a funnel stay on the Californian? Sure.