Engineering Art: Cross Sections of the HMS Olympic (1909) and Mauretania (1906)
Cross-section of the HMS Olympic from the August 1909 issue of "The Illustrated London". Sister ship of Titanic!
*TITANIC SURVIVOR ~ Carried ashore in New York with feet crushed and frostbitten Mr Harold Bride, second wireless operator of the Titanic, leaving the RMS Carpathia.
Crew members of Titanic who were detained as possible witnesses - there was a delay in sending the wire to tell them they could leave of their own volition. Here they are looking through closed dock-gates at Plymouth on 4 May (Topham/Topham Picturepo
There were 12 dogs aboard the Titanic, including these three shown tied to a deck railing who did not survive the ship's sinking. Just as sad as all the people who didn't make it. Bless their hearts.
Crowd awaiting survivors from the Titanic Here for your enjoyment is an exciting photograph of Crowd awaiting survivors from the Titanic. It was made in The photo illustrates Crowd awaiting survivors from the Titanic.
This is actually footage of the Britannic. The Titanic didn't back out of it's port like the Britannic did and Captain Smith is shown wearing his white summer uniform rather than the black one he wore in April Still a magnificent glimpse into the past
Titanic lifeboat full of survivors alongside the Carpathia, the boat that would eventually rescue those who made it out of the Titanic wreck alive.
Laura Mabel Francatelli and Other Survivors This newspaper clipping shows Titanic survivors Laura Mabel Francatelli with her employer Lady Duff-Gordon, the owner of a leading dress salon called Madame Lucille and Sir Cosmo Duff-Gordon.
Taken by Father Browne SJ show a glimpse of what things were like before the ship went down.Passengers from steerage settle on deck aboard the Titanic.
Great Loss Of Life Newspaper boy Ned Parfett selling copies of the Evening News telling of the Titanic disaster.Parfett was killed during a German bombardment whilst serving in France, just days before the end of World War I.