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I was wondering if there are present day pictures of the Titanic's swimming pool or raquetball court.If there is could you please tell me where i can find it. THANKS!!!!!!
the last log? whats that?Hi Kyrila!
Why do you say "Those areas were probably destroyed when the ship hit the bottom."?
They were quite a bit forward from the scene of the break up, so they should be as they were in 1912 (apart from a few rusticles, a tad to much water in the pool and a court fit only for synchronised squash!)
They may have been destroyed if there was a completely catastrophic collapse of the bulkhead (the same one that separates Boiler rooms five and six - David Brown mentioned this possibility in "The Last Log..."), but I can't see how hitting the ocean floor would have wrecked them.
Hope you are well!
if this is true, I will never come out of my Titanic addictionHello,
Perhaps I'm wrong on this one, but wasn't there an expedition in 2000 which managed to access the swimming pool? I heard about this, I think, in "Ghosts of the Titanic." I recall it mentioning somewhere that the tiles still gleamed under the strobe lights.
David: I'm guessing that a "silt out" is when the sub makes contact with parts of the wreckage that is covered with a layer of silt, causing a "snow storm" of sediments.
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They might finally gain access to the swimming pool since a new company won the salvage rights to take out the marconi wireless machine. They might want to cut the watertight door to the pool to gain access. The might do the same to the squash court. Hope this information helps even tho i am very late to this thread lol
I meant that if they will cut open the roof and retrieve the Marconi Wireless machine, they might want to use the same technology to take photos of the pool and squash court. I hope this cleared up my post. I realize that i was not clear lol.Please correct me if I'm wrong but I don't see how removing the wireless would require access to the swimming pool?