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M/S "Emma Jebsen"
 

- the engine room, - part two -

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The Bottom Platform
 


M/S "Emma Jebsen"
(Photography by Karsten Petersen ©)

- a view to the bottom platform, - showing the reduction gear -
 
 
 


M/S "Emma Jebsen"
(Photography by Karsten Petersen ©)

View from the very aft in the engine room, - looking forward.
In the foreground you see the gearbox and the red painted flywheel shield and the aft part of the main engine.
The round thing in the top, right side of the picture is the turbocharger air intake housing.
 
 
 
 


M/S "Emma Jebsen"
(Photography by Karsten Petersen ©)

The very aft of the engine room,- looking aft.
On the shelf to the left are the provisions refrigeration compressors, - and the door to the right leads to the emergency exit.
 
 
 
 


1973-15-006
"Emma Jebsen"
(Photography © Karsten Petersen)

Aft, starboard side of the engine room bottom.
On the shelf left, you can see the nozzle cooling water pumps.
(Photographed in November 1973.)
 
 
 


M/S "Emma Jebsen"
(Photography by Karsten Petersen ©)

Same view as above, - but photographed Feb. 1976 -, now with painted floor plates.
 
 
 


M/S "Emma Jebsen"
(Photography by Karsten Petersen ©)

- aft part of the main engine with starting air distributor and control air filter -
- on the shelf behind are nozzle cooling pumps, - and the big red thing in front is the cover for the flywheel -
 
 


1973-14-100
"Emma Jebsen"
(Photography © Karsten Petersen)

A close-up view of the starting air distributor, - starting air filter, - and Woodward governor.
 
 
 


1973-15-001
"Emma Jebsen"
(Photography © Karsten Petersen)

Close view of the fuel rack and fuel oil pipes, - port side of the main engine.
 
 
 


M/S "Emma Jebsen"
(Photography © Karsten Petersen)

- the main engine maneuver stand, - and a look along the port side of the engine room bottom platform -
The door to the right leads into the separator room. - Photo: Feb. 04. 1976 -
 
 
 


1973-15-003
"Emma Jebsen"
(Photography © Karsten Petersen)

Same view as above, - but photographed in Nov. 1973
 
 
 
 


1973-15-005
"Emma Jebsen"
(Photography © Karsten Petersen)

Another view of the main engine maneuver stand, - engine room bottom, forward.
 
 
 


M/S "Emma Jebsen"
(Photography © Karsten Petersen)

- the forward part of the engine room bottom floor -
- here the writing desk/telephone booth at the main engine maneuver stand -
 
 
 
 


1973-15-002
M/S "Emma Jebsen"
(Photography © Karsten Petersen)

- a view across the forward part of the engine room bottom -
To the right, - starting air compressors -, and to the left bunker- and ballast valve batteries.
 
 
 


M/S "Emma Jebsen"
(Photography © Karsten Petersen)

-  the bottom of the engine room, - starboard side, looking aft -, Feb. 04. 1976
 
 
 


M/S "Emma Jebsen"
(Photography © Karsten Petersen)

- almost same place, but photographed in Nov. 1973 - floor plates still not painted.
 
 
 


M/S "Emma Jebsen"
(Photography © Karsten Petersen)

- the piston bilge pump again, - and general service pumps -
Viewed from forward to aft, - starboard side -
 
 
 


M/S "Emma Jebsen"
(Photography © Karsten Petersen)

Engine room bottom floor, - starboard side -, looking from aft to forward.
Main engine to the left, - and bilge pump to the right.
 

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The Separator Room

The only enclosed compartment at the engine room bottom floor is the separator room. It is positioned forward, port side.
 



1973-14-099
M/S "Emma Jebsen"
(Photography © Karsten Petersen)

- here a look into the separator room, - with Westfalia separators.
- another view from the bottom floor from Nov. 1973 -
 
 
 


1973-14-098
"Emma Jebsen"
(Photography © Karsten Petersen)

-and another view of the separator room -
 

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