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Titanic first class suite bedroom 'b58'. Photograph © National Museums Northern Ireland. Collection Harland & Wolff, Ulster Folk & Transport Museum

First class accommodations aboard the RMS Titanic in an undated photo. The largest ship afloat at the time, the Titanic sank in the north Atlantic Ocean on April after colliding with an iceberg during her maiden voyage from Southampton to New York City.

Titanic's resting place

Diving With Care to the Titanic’s Resting Place

Titanic's resting place-Reminds me of an image of the moon or other celestial body

When a ship it sinks it leaves a path of debris (objects from within the ship or objects breaking off). Depending how deep the vessel sinks this debris can be scattered over a large distance. On a shorter descent, the debris falls more or less vertically. However, as the Titanic sank 21/2 miles a huge debris field was expected.

When a ship it sinks it leaves a path of debris (objects from within the ship or…

A safe found in Titanic's debris field...:

A safe found in Titanic's debris field. I am not sure this is true as the website links to pictures from the movie Titanic

Titanic survivors Halifax history http://www.mervedinger.com

Haunting photo uncovered of the Titanic victims being buried at sea. "The wild Atlantic may rage and toss but far below in the calm untroubled depth they rest in peace" Reverend Hind, Mackay Bennett's priest

Unsinkable Molly Brown - You do not have to be prim and propper to make others happy around you. Just be who you are. #TimelessWomen

MARGARET TOBIN BROWN aka "The Unsinkable Molly Brown (Titanic survivor, the only woman to row a lifeboat to safety, fiercely argued w/ the quartermaster Robert Hitchens to rescue people in the water. When he refused she threatened to throw him overboard)


One of Titanic's second class cabins. (Courtesy National Museums Northern Ireland (NMNI) and the Ulster Folk & Transport Museum)


Titanic artifacts found in the ship. Alot of artifacts were found in and around the ship of the titanic after the wreckage.

A shipyard worker's ticket to the launch of the RMS Titanic in Belfast. Photograph © National Museums Northern Ireland. Collection Ulster Folk & Transport Museum

hipyard worker’s ticket for the launch of Titanic, 31 May “This ticket was issued to Mr David Moneypenny, a Harland & Wolff painter who worked on Titanic’s first-class accommodation. The creases in the ticket suggest it was folded and kept in his pocket.