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Linda Sue
Linda Sue • 1 year ago

Bronze cherub from Titanic's grand staircase (recovered from the ship)

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How the Titanic Worked

As shown in this photograph, Titanic's bow anchor chains are lying on the deck of the Ship beneath the sea. This photo shows stunning detail of Titanic as She exists today.

Last photograph taken of the Titanic in Queenstown, Ireland.

Charles Lightoller, second officer to Captain Smith. After all of the lifeboats had been loaded, Lightoller survived the sinking by climbing on Collapsible B. He helped all passengers onto the Carpathia before getting on, making him the last Titanic survivor to board the Carpathia

Titanic time line~

4 days after the tragedy, the U.S. Senate began hearings to decide where fault for the sinking might lie. In a nutshell, they found many crewmembers had no clue what to do in case of an emergency, the ship only had 16 lifeboats when it could hold 64, lifeboats weren't filled to capacity, ice warnings were ignored, and the ship the Californian was partly to blame for ignoring Titanic's distress signals. To read more info on the Senate's report, click on the above picture

Expedition teams, historical societies, and individuals have placed memorial plaques on what remains of Titanic