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First Class Dining Saloon (2). The First Class Smoking Room, located on the Promenade or A Deck, perhaps best served to epitomize the care and expense lavished on the Titanic‘s interior.  A carefully orchestrated assembly of carved mahogany-paneled walls, inset with leaded glass panels and etched-patterned mirrors, enclosed the handsomely tiled floor, on which sat massive leather-covered armchairs set before or beside lovingly carved, marble-topped tables.

The first-class dining saloon, at over 114 feet, was the largest room on the ship and could accommodate up to 554 passengers. 16 Beautifully Colorized Photos Of The Titanic

Titanic at the bottom of the ocean

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Titanic (sound of irish low whistle)

Docked in Southampton. April 1912 - Belfast to Southampton. April 1912 - Departs Southampton for Cherbourg. April 1912 - Arrives in Queenstown and then departs for New York City. The rest is history.

First-class gentleman’s smoking room on the RMS Olympic, sister ship to the Titanic, photographed in 1911 by Robert John Welch

Titanic interior: Gentlemen's First Class smoking room. After dinner, the men would repair to this room to smoke and discuss politics over snifters of brandy and cognac. Make it a smaller and call it the drinking room, other than that's it's perfect.


April Newspaper boy Ned Parfett sells copies of the Evening News telling of the Titanic maritime disaster, outside the White Star Line offices at Oceanic House in London's Cockspur Street.

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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.

D- deck Reception Titanic - so beautiful !

First case forward grand staircase, level but could be a lower staircase if theTitanic

An image of Titanic is portrayed on an iceberg... cool story how this was done.

Light show projects image of Titanic onto giant iceberg

Swiss light artist Gerry Hofstetter projected pictures of the Titanic on a giant iceberg off Greenland to mark the anniversary of its maiden voyage. (Mike Kessler / Gerry Hofstetter Marketing via EPA)

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RMS TITANIC – The phantom of the deep sea