Last picture of the TItanic leaving Queenstown (Cobh), Ireland on her maiden voyage to New York, April 12, 1912

Last picture of the TItanic leaving Queenstown (Cobh), Ireland on her maiden voyage to New York, April 1912 how eerie

Then and now photos. These are amazing

The History Channels advertising campaign .history really can be interesting and fun

Such a shame they're on the bottom of the ocean....

Titanic Engines

Two of Titanic's engines lie exposed in a gaping cross section of the stern. Draped in "rusticles"--orange stalactites created by iron-eating bacteria--these massive structures, four stories tall, once powered the largest moving man-made object on Earth.

Some Pictures Of The Titanic You've Never Seen.  I've seen them because I'm a HUGE STINKIN TITANIC FAN!!!!

Some Pictures Of The Titanic You've Never Seen

These 44 Photos From The Past Won't Be In History Books. They're THAT Messed Up.

"The Last Kiss" WWII - Departure of the “Amerigo Vespucci” Egypt, 1963 - Who is the photographer?

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RMS Baltic at White Star Line piers, New York." At the time, the Baltic was the world's largest ship. Panorama of three inch glass negatives, Detroit Publishing Company.

Only known video of the Titanic - right before maiden voyage, in Belfast.

Vidéo rare du Titanic avant qu’il coule

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Women’s work and Grandma Moses

Anna Dickinson was eight when she survived Titanic, 11 when she lost an aunt on Lusitania, 31 when she lost a cousin on Hindenburg, 37 when she lost a nephew at Pearl Harbor, and 97 when her home was shaken by the collapse on

Titanic's second class pianos and stairway. Notice the piano, bottom floor, left. What would the world be like if RMS Titanic hadn't sunk

There were two Steinway pianos in Titanic ’s Second Class, both Model K uprights. The difference in size between the First Class Model R up.

Historic photograph of Titanic's B 59, a stateroom done in the Old Dutch style

One of Titanic's second class cabins. (Courtesy National Museums Northern Ireland (NMNI) and the Ulster Folk & Transport Museum)

Life boats from HMAS SYDNEY II went down with all hands 19 November 1941.

Great Grandmother Lily Florence Mutch: One of the HMAS Sydney lifeboats found among the ship's debris. It sunk in 1941 with her second husband Hector McDonald Mutch on board.

Historic photograph of Captain Smith and Chief Purser Hugh McElroy posing for a newspaper photographer on the starboard side of the Officers' Deckhouse shortly before Titanic's departure from Southampton

Captain Smith standing with Purser McElroy. Picture taken when Titanic stopped at Queenstown (Cobh).

Anton Logvynenko a commencé son projet afin de commémorer le 100e anniversaire du naufrage de l’emblématique paquebot transatlantique. L’artiste utilise des images originales de 1912 du RMS Titanic avec la technologie actuelle pour donner de la couleur authentique aux photographies. Il met ainsi en évidence la somptuosité de la décoration des chambres et des salles luxeuses en première et deuxième classe.

The Titanic Leaving Belfast Ireland for Southampton England for Its Maiden Voyage New York Usa Photographic Print by Harland