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Titanic Artifact: Wine bottle with WINE STILL IN IT! Are you serious? With the cork still holding it in...remarkable...brought up from the Titanic Wreckage ~


Inside Titanic Underwater | ... trip with the tourists diving 2 miles to see the Titanic | Mail Online

1912, Les Modes (Paris) Tailored suit for the afternoon by Linker Co. Kate Winslet as Rose in Titanic Costume design by Deborah L. Scott

Titanic Part 1


Historic photograph looking to port from starboard in the Boat Deck Entrance Foyer

16 Beautifully Colorized Photos Of The Titanic

the hmhs "britanic" a sister ship of the famous hmhs "titanic".it's original name was the "gigantic" but was changed to the "britanic" following the tragic events of the "titanic." it sunk in 1916 in only 30 minutes and is the largest ship lying on the ocean floor.

Rare photo shows a priest praying over Titanic victims before they are buried at sea. 1912

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Take a tour inside the real Titanic (25 photos)

Titanic awesome picture

Titanic Grand Staircase Underwater | Titanic Grand Staircase Underwater

11 Never Before Seen Pictures Of The Titanic These photos, taken by Father Browne SJ show a glimpse of what things were like before the ship went down.

April 1912: Survivors of the 'Titanic' disaster on board a tug, arriving at Plymouth.

Flashback: Rare photos of the 'unsinkable' Titanic

AMAZING SHOT.. The remains of the Titanic were found in 1985 by Dr. Robert Ballard, an oceanographer and marine biologist with the Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution. When he located the Titanic, he saw that, as some survivors reported, the ship had broken apart. He believed the weight of the water-filled bow raised the stern out of the water and snapped the ship in two just before it sank. Debris falling out of the ship was strewn over a 1/2 mile across the sea floor. The bow and th...

When a ship it sinks it leaves a path of debris (objects from within the ship or objects breaking off). Depending how deep the vessel sinks this debris can be scattered over a large distance. On a shorter descent, the debris falls more or less vertically. However, as the Titanic sank 21/2 miles a huge debris field was expected.

Titanic survivors on rescue ship, the Carpathia. (Topham/Topham Picturepoint/PA Images

Titanic's aft grand staircase dome.... just recently found in the debris field.

A suitcase lying in the Titanic’s debris field.

A 17-ton section of the RMS Titanic's hull is among 5,000 artefacts from the world's most famous shipwreck that will be auctioned in April by Guernsey's Auctioneers & Brokers in New York. By court order, the items cannot be sold individually and must go to a buyer who agrees to properly maintain the collection and make it available for occasional public viewing. The sale is subject to court approval. The collection was appraised in 2007 at $189 million. The auction house President Arlan Ettin...

Why did millionaire playboy Ben Guggenheim and his valet Victor Guglio decided not to attempt to board a lifeboat. Instead the pair dressed for dinner and sat smoking cigars to await their fate as the liner sank. But a lost photo shows that Victor Guglio was dark-skinned and that has given rise to speculation that the pair knew that the mixed-race valet would be refused entry to a 'first class' lifeboat. And it is thought that he chose to die with his devoted valet.

Violin that Played as Titanic Sank Found in Attic (The History Blog, picture courtesy Henry Aldridge & Son)

A chronometer from the bridge of the Titanic on display at the Science Museum in London, May 15, 2003. The chronometer, one of more than 200 artifacts raised from the wreck of the Titanic, was on display at the launch of a new exhibition commemorating its ill-fated maiden voyage along with vials of perfume oil. The exhibition took visitors on a chronological journey through the life of the Titanic, from its conception and construction, to life on board and its sinking in the Atlantic in April 19

With her rudder cleaving the sand and two propeller blades peeking from the murk, Titanic’s mangled stern rests on the abyssal plain, 1,970 feet south of the more photographed bow. This optical mosaic combines 300 high-resolution images taken on a 2010 expedition. (COPYRIGHT© 2012 RMS TITANIC, INC; Produced by AIVL, Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution) #

The D-Deck elevator foyer on RMS Olympic. (Titanic’s elevators were identical.)