Bianca C Interior Photos II

These pictures are all of places in the stern. All images on this page 1999 by either Christina Young or Darren Lynch, as annotated.

Square portholes inside the stern. The Bianca C has both round and interesting square ones. Photo by Darren Lynch.
This is a very long, narrow tunnel formed by collapsed decks in the stern that you had to swim through in order to get to the engine room. Photo by Darren Lynch.
This is the same tunnel at a different spot. As you can see, parts of this tunnel are a very tight squeeze. The penetration line is shown at the bottom of the picture. Photo by Darren Lynch.
Before you get to the entrance to the engine room (after you've swam through the tunnel), you come to an area which had a crew's mess. This is china from there. Unfortunately, this china is plain and is not nearly interesting as the 1st Class stuff. Photo by Darren Lynch.
Enrique Alvarez bagging some china in the crew's mess area. Photo by Darren Lynch.
Engine room of the Bianca C. Photo by Darren Lynch.
Stairway in the Bianca C engine room. Photo by Darren Lynch.
One of the engines in the engine room. Photo by Darren Lynch.
Another view of the engine room. This was an absolutely fascinating penetration! Photo by Darren Lynch.
Globe lamp in the engineer's store and workshop area. Image from video by Christina Young.
Heavy duty gears for closing the watertight doors, engineer's store and workshop area. The open doorway is in the lower right part of the picture. Image from video by Christina Young.
Electrical switchbox in the engineer's store and workshop area. Image from video by Christina Young.
   

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