This is the only known surviving first class ticket from Titanic, which is on display at the Merseyside Maritime Museum.

This is the only known surviving first class ticket from Titanic, which is on display at the Merseyside Maritime Museum.

"After James Cameron finished the script, he discovered that there had been a real 'J. Dawson' who died aboard the Titanic. Today, his gravestone (#227) is the most widely visited in the cemetery."

"After James Cameron finished the script, he discovered that there had been a real 'J. Dawson' who died aboard the Titanic. Today, his gravestone (#227) is the most widely visited in the cemetery."

Inside the Titanic 1st Class | RMS TITANIC – The phantom of the deep sea « thedevilsbutterfly

RMS TITANIC – The phantom of the deep sea

Inside the Titanic 1st Class | RMS TITANIC – The phantom of the deep sea « thedevilsbutterfly

Titanic Fact: The Titanic had its own newspaper called "The Atlantic Daily Bulletin." It contains news, advertisements, stock prices, Horse-Racing results, society gossip, and the day's menu

Titanic Fact: The Titanic had its own newspaper called "The Atlantic Daily Bulletin." It contains news, advertisements, stock prices, Horse-Racing results, society gossip, and the day's menu

The Countess, her cousin and maid were rescued in lifeboat 8.  She took the tiller, asking her cousin to assist her until she went to comfort a young newlywed whose husband had remained behind on the sinking liner. There she remained for the duration of the night, rowing all the while and helping to boost the morale of other women until their lifeboat was picked up by the RMS Carpathia. As a token of his esteem, Jones later presented her with the brass number plate from their lifeboat.

Photograph of Lady Rothes, Who Was Saved from the Titanic

The Countess, her cousin and maid were rescued in lifeboat 8. She took the tiller, asking her cousin to assist her until she went to comfort a young newlywed whose husband had remained behind on the sinking liner. There she remained for the duration of the night, rowing all the while and helping to boost the morale of other women until their lifeboat was picked up by the RMS Carpathia. As a token of his esteem, Jones later presented her with the brass number plate from their lifeboat.

the titanic pictures | When the Titanic sank William Rowe Richards was aged 3 years. His last ...

the titanic pictures | When the Titanic sank William Rowe Richards was aged 3 years. His last ...

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