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Mrs. Ida Hippach and her daughter Jean - survivors of the TITANIC

Image detail for -The Titanic Remembered by Tom Baker aka The Pondering Man

Titanic - Mr.Andrews Office by STIG3699, via Flickr

By the first class gangway a passenger paused to capture the dockside scene with the giant wall of Titanic's steel dwarfing the people on the ground. The second class gangway closes the view.

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An original colour scan of Captain Edward Smith's employment record listing all the ships he served on and when. You can see the red ink on his record which tells us he was 'Lost in "Titanic" April 15th, 1912'

The last mail brought aboard Titanic was picked up at Queenstown, Ireland. Reportedly, one of the Titanic's luckier crew members jumped ship, sneaking off the vessel along with the mail bound for Ireland. Courtesy of the Fr. Browne S.J. Collection, The Irish Picture Library.


A woman poses on the “Grand Staircase” aboard RMS Olympic. Source: The Olympic Class Liners

14th April 1912: Survivors of the 'Titanic' disaster nearing the 'Carpathia', in a lifeboat. The arrow points to Joseph Bruce Ismay, chairman of the White Star Line.

Rare picture shows priest praying over Titanic victims before they are buried at sea.

This is the SS Nomadic, which was a tender for both the RMS Titanic and RMS Olympic. She is currently being restored (photo from March 2012 in Belfast), and is the last surviving White Star Line vessel in the world.

Mr Algernon Henry Barkworth Titanic Survivor Born: Wednesday 9th March 1864 Age: 47 years (Male) Last Residence: in Hessle Yorkshire England Occupation: Justice of the Peace 1st Class Passengers First Embarked: Southampton on Wednesday 10th April 1912 Ticket No. 27042 , £30 Cabin No.: A23 Rescued (boat B) Disembarked Carpathia: New York City on Thursday 18th April 1912 Died: Sunday 7th January 1945 Cause of Death: Toxmia

Portrait of Algernon Barkworth