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SS Titanic Brass Nameplate    A lifeboat nameplate removed from lifeboat #2. This came from the collection of James W. Barker who was able to retrieve this nameplate, a drinking cup and two oarlocks from lifeboat #2.

SS Titanic Brass Nameplate A lifeboat nameplate removed from lifeboat This came from the collection of James W. Barker who was able to retrieve this nameplate, a drinking cup and two oarlocks from lifeboat

Titanic Pass Las Vegas

Use Titanic ticket and thousands of other image to build an immersive game or experience.

17 Year-Old Titanic Survivor’s Story

17 Year-Old Titanic Survivor’s Story

The dramatic first-hand account of Jack Thayer, a survivor of the sinking of the Titanic, is to be published next month after lying almost forgotten for decades. Should be published by now

Harold Bride, Titanic’s surviving wireless operator, being carried off Carpathia with sprained and frostbitten feet.

Survivor: In this 1912 photo made available by the Library of Congress, Harold Bride, surviving wireless operator of the Titanic, with feet bandaged, is carried up the ramp of a ship

John George “Jack” Phillips was born 11 April 1887, head wireless operator on the Titanic.  Went down with the ship at age 25.

John George “Jack” Phillips, born 11 April was head wireless operator on the Titanic. He went down with the ship at age It is said that he sent the help signal up until the ship completely sank.

This is the only known surviving first class ticket from Titanic, which is on display at the Merseyside Maritime Museum.

This is the only known surviving first class ticket from the Titanic, which is on display at the Merseyside Maritime Museum, England.

RMS_Titanic_engine_under-water-bottom-of-ocean

Two of Titanic's engines lie exposed in a gaping cross section of the stern. Draped in "rusticles"--orange stalactites created by iron-eating bacteria--these massive structures, four stories tall, once powered the largest moving man-made object on Earth.

Lucile Polk épouse William Ernest Carter - cabines B96 & B98 - ont survécu avec leurs 2 enfants - Canot n°4

Lucile Polk épouse William Ernest Carter - cabines B96 & B98 - ont survécu avec leurs 2 enfants - Canot n°4

Diary of a sailor who retrieved bodies of Titanic victims from the ocean. 'Fine weather started to pick up bodies at six a.m. and continued all day till five thirty P.M. Recovered fifty one bodies, forty six men four women and one baby. Buried twenty four men at sea at eight fifteen P.M. Rev Canon Hinds in attendance also Ships Company. Bodies in good state but badly bruised by being knocked about in the water.'

Diary of a sailor who retrieved bodies of Titanic victims from the ocean: "Fine…

Titanic salt & pepper shakers--All the crockery and cutlery was stamped with the ship line only--not Titanic. This was because the company wanted to be able to use these items amongst all of its liners and individually identifying them with one particular ship would not allow this.

Titanic salt & pepper shakers--All the crockery and cutlery was stamped with…

Hear the Titanic's Whistles!!!!  It is amazing after so many years on the Ocean Floor!!

Listen to the Titanic's whistle which was recovered and sounded in February, in Minneapolis. It was accomplished with compressed air instead of steam, and at lower pressure, to avoid damage because it had been at the bottom of the ocean floor.

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