Commemorating the 100th Anniversary of  the Sinking of the Titanic -  photos & link found on ngm.nationalgeographic.com  "Gilded Splendor" set of piccys (i.e. Then & Now photos)...  http://ngm.nationalgeographic.com/2012/04/titanic/cameron-gallery#/1

The Promenade Lights from a submersible penetrate the rusted ruin of Titanic’s first-class promenade. Millionaire John Jacob Astor IV put his wife into lifeboat 4 through a promenade window on the other side of the ship. He stayed on board and perished.

: The RMS Titanic

Another very rare Titanic image, this is an Odell photo of Titanic’s third and fourth funnel. The most amazing thing about the Odell photos is the fact that they are of just random pictures that the family took, but even the random can be extraordinary.

Amazing composite photography of the sunken Titanic, 100 years later.

Pictured: Stunning photos of the Titanic shown on the base of the ocean nearly 100 years from that fateful night

Amazing composite photography of the sunken Titanic, 100 years later. For some reason the story of the Titanic fascinates me.

Titanic real underwater photo

The grand staircase of Titanic in underwater footage. Imagine the grandees who frequented those stairs.

The third class gates and doors were ordered to be unlocked when the ship started sinking.

Titanic Fact The third class gates and doors were ordered to be unlocked when the ship started sinking.

Jeremiah Burke, a 19 year old victim of the Titanic, received a bottle of holy water from his mother before departing on the ship. In the early hours of April 15, 1912 as the ship sunk, Jeremiah scrawled the message "From Titanic, goodbye all, Burke of Glanmire, Cork," put the message into the bottle and threw it into the ocean. A year later the bottle washed up only a few miles from his family home in Glanmire and the Burke family has kept the message for over a century.

Titanic victim Jeremiah Burke, from Glanmire in Cork was given a Holy Water…

The priest read prayers over the bodies of the victims of the Titanic (1912)

A haunting photograph showing victims of the Titanic disaster being buried at sea has been uncovered. In the photo, two men can be seen dropping a victim over the side of the recovery ship, the CS Mackay Bennett.

TITANIC: Rare Photos of the original Ship

The first class dining saloon aboard the RMS Titanic in an undated photo. (New York Times)

Reverend Hartley, who was lost in the 'Titanic' shipping disaster, with his niece and daughter who both survived the tragedy.

John Harper, passenger on theTitanic with his daughter and niece - 16 Harper was a Baptist preacher on his way to the U. with daughter and niece. On the tragic night, he put them in a lifeboat before he perished.

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