Iconic Images That Capture The Grandeur And Tragedy Of The Titanic (35 PICS)

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This is the last photograph ever taken of the Titanic:

This was the first class menu aboard the Titanic the day it sank:

And this was the third class menu the day the Titanic sank:

This is what the great promenade deck of the Titanic looked like in 1912:

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And here's what the deck looks like today:

This is Charlotte and Marjorie Collyer, a mother and daughter who survived the wreck of the Titanic in 1912:

Charlotte's husband and Marjorie's dad, Harvey Collyer, died in the wreck. Also lost in the tragedy was the family's life savings of £5,000 cash.

 

This is the violin Wallace Hartley, bandleader on the Titanic, played as the ship sank:

And these are the members of the band that played on the Titanic as the ship was sinking:

They all went down with the ship.

 

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This is what the first class lounge on the Titanic looked like:

And this is what the third-class dining room of the Titanic's sister ship, the Olympic, looked like:

And this, in all its 1912 glory, is what a first-class suite looked like on the ship:

The Titanic had a full gym on board, complete with a rowing machine. This is what it looked like:

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While there are no pictures of the Titanic's grand staircase from before it sank, this is what the grand staircase on the Titanic's sister ship, the Olympic, looked like:

And this is what the grand staircase of the Titanic looked like as recent as 2001:

Here they are together, for easy comparison:

Upon the discovery of the wreck in 1985, an array of pristinely lined-up dishes were found neatly sitting together on the ocean floor.

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Some of the dishes were actually recovered and put on display:

Some money was also recovered from the wreck:



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7   Comments ?
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Zachy 11 month s ago
#32 those new cruise ships are really monsters and real ecological burdens....
       
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Sion 11 month s ago
A timely post considering the current events around the lost submersible.
Thank you Izzy .
       
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Joanna 11 month s ago
Will the fascination never end with this thing. Now we got more wrecks laying next to it from people who wreck looking at the wreck.
       
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Arry 11 month s ago
#2 Munich lager beer. 6p a pint!
       
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Katarina 11 month s ago
"looked like", "looked like", "looked like" girl_cray
       
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Kent 11 month s ago
#1 - No, that's incorrect, I saw a photograph of it at the bottom of the ocean.
       
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Marcie 11 month s ago
#1 Titanic has a submarine mate next to it now
       
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