Balmoral has two double telegraphs on each bridge wing. In this view on the starboard bridge wing, the instrument on the left is the engineroom telegraph, for sending engine movement commands to the engineers who operate the engines manually. The left lever sends the required setting for the port engine, the right lever giving the requirement for the starboard engine(Balmoral being a twin engine, twin screw vessel.) At the time that the picture was taken the port engine was running 'Slow Astern' while the starboard engine was at 'Stop'. The telegraph on the right is for sending rope handling commands to the deck crew members at the forward windlass and aft capstan during berthing and unberthing of the ship.