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Titanic prior to launch

Titanic prior to launch

Titanic & Olympic Arrol Gantry

Titanic & Olympic Arrol Gantry

10 Unseen Titanic Pictures – Random

10 Unseen Titanic Pictures – Random

The Keel Plates Of RMS Titanic

The Keel Plates Of RMS Titanic

Sinking of the Titanic

Sinking of the Titanic

Surviving copy of a menu for 3rd Class aboard Titanic.  After looking at the 2nd and 1st class menus I have decided I would rather travel 3rd class their food appeals much more to my taste buds.

Surviving copy of a menu for 3rd Class aboard Titanic. After looking at the 2nd and 1st class menus I have decided I would rather travel 3rd class their food appeals much more to my taste buds.

Titanic being prepared for her launch, scheduled to take place on 31 May 1911.  This wonderful photograph shows the enormous scale of Titanic's steel hull as it sits on Slipway No. 3, within the enfolding structure of the great Arrol Gantry.   The image also captures a poignant moment, as the old maritime technology of the traditional wooden schooner in the foreground, gradually gave way to the machine-age modernity of Titanic.

Titanic being prepared for her launch, scheduled to take place on 31 May 1911. This wonderful photograph shows the enormous scale of Titanic's steel hull as it sits on Slipway No. 3, within the enfolding structure of the great Arrol Gantry. The image also captures a poignant moment, as the old maritime technology of the traditional wooden schooner in the foreground, gradually gave way to the machine-age modernity of Titanic.

Erection Of The Titanic Arrol Gantry

Erection Of The Titanic Arrol Gantry

The Titanic musicians - all went down with the ship, playing their instruments until the end.

The Titanic musicians - all went down with the ship, playing their instruments until the end.

RMS Olympic and RMS Titanic

RMS Olympic and RMS Titanic

The front page of The New York Times of April 16, 1912, after the Titanic disaster

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The front page of The New York Times of April 16, 1912, after the Titanic disaster

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Construction of the Titanic, Belfast (photographer unknown)

Construction of the Titanic, Belfast (photographer unknown)

It took tons of soap and train oil to get the hull of Titanic to slide out of the gantry and into the water.

It took tons of soap and train oil to get the hull of Titanic to slide out of the gantry and into the water.

Mevr. Laurence Beesley in de gym.

Mevr. Laurence Beesley in de gym.

RMS Titanic - The Ships Rudder was 78 feet 8 inches (23.98 m) high and 15 feet 3 inches (4.65 m) long, weighing over 100 tons – that it required steering engines just to move it. It was constructed by the Darlington Forge Company, Ltd., and was of the elliptical type, of solid cast steel, built in five sections.

RMS Titanic - The Ships Rudder was 78 feet 8 inches (23.98 m) high and 15 feet 3 inches (4.65 m) long, weighing over 100 tons – that it required steering engines just to move it. It was constructed by the Darlington Forge Company, Ltd., and was of the elliptical type, of solid cast steel, built in five sections.