My new bridge for my SS Poseidon project. The interior is mostly based off the RMS Queen Mary, but I decided to give a nook projecting forward from the bridgescreen like on the SS Rex.
View forward in the bridge. An officer on duty mans the wheel at center while another officer pulls a telegraph at left (ship’s portside).
An overview of the interior. The upper, crosswise spars are part of the ceiling in a single unit, but the lower spars are free-floating—resting only on the brace columns and on the protruding hinges of the stripe above the windows—and would in fact be glued together if I built it in real life (I’m not a purist). I did try for some solidly-built solutions, but they all looked terrible.
View aft in the bridge house.
A close-up from aft of the officer on duty within the interior.
Close-ups of the interior from the side. behind the wheelhouse are several other rooms, including the chart room and radio room, none of which I’ve built yet. I haven’t yet been able to get my hands on blueprints of the RMS Queen Mary’s bridge (though I have of her other decks), so it’ll have to wait.
And here are aditional views of the ceiling and beams.