Titanic Wreck

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The wreck of RMS Titanic.

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This set of breakfast dishes from the Titanic, which sank in the North Atlantic on April 12, 1912, lies on the ocean floor in the North Atlantic, discovered recently exactly in this position by Expedition Titanic 1987. Expedition officials believe it probably took the crate, which underwater organisms are away, some two hours to fall through the 2 1/2 miles of water where the shipwreck is located. Not one of the bowls is cracked.

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RMS Titanic, Inc, a subsidiary of Premier Exhibitions, Inc. serves as the exclusive steward of RMS Titanic which tragically sank on April 15, 1912. The Company is dedicated to preserving the legacy of the Ship, wreck site and all her passengers and crew through educational , historical, scientific and conservation based programs.

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Pictures of Titanic wreckage - Piano

As shown in this photograph, Titanic's bow anchor chains are lying on the deck of the Ship beneath the sea. This photo shows stunning detail of Titanic as she exists today.

Premier Exhibitions

RMS Titanic, Inc, a subsidiary of Premier Exhibitions, Inc. serves as the exclusive steward of RMS Titanic which tragically sank on April 15, 1912. The Company is dedicated to preserving the legacy of the Ship, wreck site and all her passengers and crew through educational , historical, scientific and conservation based programs.

Deck Bench from the Titanic: The remains of a bronze deck bench lies among the wreckage of the Titanic.

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

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The Promenade  Lights from a submersible penetrate the rusted ruin of Titanic’s first-class promenade. Millionaire John Jacob Astor IV put his 18-year-old wife into lifeboat 4 through a promenade window on the other side of the ship. He stayed on board and perished.

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fuckyeahrmstitanic: “ The Promenade Lights from a submersible penetrate the rusted ruin of Titanic’s first-class promenade. Millionaire John Jacob Astor IV put his 18-year-old wife into lifeboat 4...

The fireplace in the Strauss Suite. During the sinking, Isidor Strauss (one of the founders of Macy's in NYC) was offered a spot in a lifeboat. An elderly gentleman, he politely refused, not wanting to take the space away from a woman of child. His wife of over 40 years, Ida, also refused to get into the lifeboat, declaring, "Where you go, I go." Both perished in the disaster, the body of Isidor being recovered in the weeks after the foundering. (credit to National Geographic)

The fireplace in the Strauss Suite. During the sinking, Isidor Strauss (one of the founders of Macy's in NYC) was offered a spot in a lifeboat. An elderly gentleman, he politely refused, not wanting to take the space away from a woman of child. His wife of over 40 years, Ida, also refused to get into the lifeboat, declaring, "Where you go, I go." Both perished in the disaster, the body of Isidor being recovered in the weeks after the foundering. (credit to National Geographic)

Crow's Nest.

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The sinking of the RMS Titanic caused the deaths of 1,517 of its 2,229 passengers and crew in one of the deadliest peacetime maritime disasters in history. The 712 survivors were taken aboard the RMS Carpathia from lifeboats. Few disasters have had such resonance and far-reaching effects on the fabric of society as the sinking of the Titanic. It affected attitudes toward social injustice, altered the way the North Atlantic passenger trade was conducted, changed the regulations for numbers of…

Hull plates on the stern of Titanic.

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The forecastle's portside railing along Titanic's bow.

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