RMAE1RX9–Stern of the Titanic in the air as the steamship sinks in the North Atlantic 1912. Hand-colored halftone of an illustration
RMG5JWFF–The RMS Titanic under construction, April 1911
RMPE45RD–TITANIC 1912 Newspaper News RMS Titanic disaster 15th April headline news, newspaper newsboy seller with banner declaring 'TITANIC DISASTER GREAT LOSS OF LIFE' Evening News White Star Line Cockspur Street London UK
RMCEH6NR–The Ill-Fated Titanic, 1912 postcard issued to mark the maritime disaster when the liner hit an Iceberg off Newfoundland
RMHNB1CE–The Titanic being built. This photo has been represented as the Titanic, and clearly says as much, but quite probably it is it’s sister ship, RMS Olympic. The ships were often mistaken for each other, but this photo would have had to have been altered before it was published one hundred years ago.
RMG384HH–The gymnasium of the Titanic. Date: 1912
RMBTHJ9C–Vintage photo c1909 of millionaire American businessman + Titanic victim John Jacob Astor IV (1864 - 1912).
RMD98BNK–Titanic survivors. 1912
RMCFJ1M6–Captain Edward John Smith, RD RNR, January 27 1850 to April 15 1912. Captain of RMS Titanic who went down with the ship.
RMENBA50–The Titanic and the New York, within an ace of colliding with each other at Southampton on Wednesday 10th April 1912. As Titanic left her berth, her wake caused the liner SS New York, which was docked nearby, to break away from her moorings, where upon sh
RMC5NGAG–The newsboys announcing the sinking of the ship Titanic, London, 1912
RMF4PJR0–Titanic / 1997 directed by James Cameron [Twentieth Century Fox Pictures]
RM2E3DT4C–RAISE THE TITANIC 1980 AFD film
RME11WX7–Sep. 09, 1980 - Raising of the Titanic: Described as one of the most ambitious projects of the decade, film producers have now made a picture about the raising of the famous luxury cruise liner, ''Titanic''. The vessel throught to be unsinkable struck an iceburg on its maiden voyage and sunk taking 1500 people with it off Newfoundland in 1912, has been a topic of speculation for salvage experts for many years. The film is based on the best-seller novel by Clive Cusslar, called ''Raise the Titanic''
RMTXGFHA–Passengers walk on the deck of the SS Titanic 1912
RMCMP4KA–The Titanic in dry dock
RMDB0373–The Loss of the Titanic Magic Lantern Slide 1912
RMG5JWFA–Titanic. The RMS Titanic under construction in Belfast, c.1910-1911
RMG15H3R–The Grand Staircase in 1912 of the famous Titanic ship.
RM2EATAGJ–TITANIC & OLYMPIC 1900's Brochure Advertisement colour page by White Star Line offering Third Class Accommodation in The Largest Steamers In The World 1910
RMCC003Y–Titanic Disaster Newsboy, 1912, stands outside the headquarters of the White Star Line in Cockspur Street off Trafalgar Square
RFHNB1CW–The Destruction of the Titanic
RMDRJNF2–Titanic leaving Southampton
RMF614XE–1912 front page news of The New York Times reporting the sinking of the Titanic after hitting iceberg
RMD98M88–life Boats from the Titanic 1912
RMC2YCN3–Map of approximate site of the Titanic disaster.
RMB3YM0T–transport / transportation, navigation, Titanic, ship departing from Southampton, Great Britain, 10.4.1912,
RMF4PJR9–Titanic / 1997 directed by James Cameron [Twentieth Century Fox Pictures]
RMCN8CDX–Titanic (right) and her sister ship Olympic
RMDB036R–The Loss of the Titanic Magic Lantern Slide 1912
RMG5JWGD–Titanic. Ship RMS Titanic departing Southampton on April 10,1912. Photo by F.G.O. Stuart
RMG15G44–The famous Titanic steamship ready for launch from Belfast, 1911.
RMR0Y2TP–Vintage RMS Titanic poster advertising the return voyage of the Titanic, scheduled to leave New York on 20 April, 1912. The voyage didn’t take place due to its tragic sinking
RMA8FDR4–Titanic survivors on the deck of the steamer Carpathia 1912. Hand-colored halftone of a photograph
RM2GCMABP–Photograph of Titanic Moored Off County Down Coast, Northern Ireland. R. Welch (Photographer) Date: 1912
RMD23W9M–Officers of CARPATHIA, 12 April 1913. The Carpathia was the ship that rescued the Titanic survivors
RMG385G4–The Titanic docked before her disastrous voyage Date: 1912
RMD98M7M–newspaper reporting of the sinking of the Titanic in 1912
RMC2YFJP–Diagram showing comparative size of RMS Titanic with world landmarks.
RMF0EP0E–transport, navigation, RMS Titanic, 'Cafe Parisien' or 'The French Cafe', on the starboard side, picture postcard, 1912, Additional-Rights-Clearences-Not Available
RMF4PJRM–On the set, James Cameron / Titanic / 1997 directed by James Cameron [Twentieth Century Fox Pictures]
RMCMXG20–TITANIC 1997 Paramount/TCF film
RMB307M2–titanic scarecrow in village festival
RMCN8CEE–RMS Titanic at the docks of Southampton.
RMG4W5XY–The SS Olympic, sister ship of the Titanic, arriving at Southampton docks in 1924.
RMG15G5F–Newspaper clipping from Friday April 19th, 1912 covering the sinking of the Titanic
RMPK06RF–TITANIC 1912 RMS TITANIC newspaper advertisement in New York Times for the first maiden voyage eastbound transatlantic sailing of Titanic from New York to Europe departing noon April 20th 1912. This scheduled sailing sadly did not take place. Titanic was tragically lost on April 15th 1912
RMHDMNM3–'Le Petit Journal' Paris - SS Titanic colliding with an iceberg 14 April 1912
RMCARN33–Belfast, UK. 15/04/2012 - Names of all victims at the centenary of the sinking of the Titanic, and opening of the Memorial Garden at Belfast City Hall.
RMC456H2–Titanic runs on its maiden voyage
RMG37NC3–The captain of the RMS Titanic - Captain E J Smith. Date: 1912
RMBTEDNC–The 'Titanic Orphans' Michel (left) + Edmond (right) Navratil - famous survivors of the Titanic disaster in 1912.
RMF7NKCB–the SS Titanic leaving Southampton on April the 10th 1912
RMC2PEJK–The iceberg with which RMS Titanic of the White Star Line collided and caused her to sink.
RMERHDR0–Titanic sinking on the cover of Showman's Guide for the Rank Organisation film ' A night to remember ' with Kenneth More
RMKREWB1–Europe - International Mercantile Marine Lines
RMF4PJR8–Titanic / 1997 directed by James Cameron [Twentieth Century Fox Pictures]
RMDMBB0M–TITANIC 1997 Twentieth Century Fox film with Kate Winslet
RMDXK9CD–LEONARDO DI CAPRIO, KATE WINSLET, TITANIC, 1997, FILM
RMGA9ACJ–AFTERMATH OF TITANIC DISASTER. RMS Titanic's sister ship RMS Olympic off Spithead after the Titanic sank
RMG15H3W–First class parlour Suite #B38 on the Titanic ship, March 1912.
RME22KPH–TITANIC Poster advertising first sailing of Titanic from New York April 20th 1912 Titanic sank en-route on April 15th 1912 (restored version 2F9G601)
RME12TDN–Feb. 24, 2012 - A man is forcibly dragged back aboard the Titanic after he had got aboard the last lifeboat without authority. Kenneth More grabs him by the scruff of his neck and pushes him back into the crowd of waiting unlucky passengers. Terror strikes into the hearts of over 1,500 men, women and children when they know they are going to die and, in one mad, panic-striken moment they fight to find a place on one of the last overcrowded lifeboats to leave a doomed passenger liner. the time! 2;00am, April 15, 1912
RFC6R7DE–The grand and elegant Titanic glides through the ocean with ease.
RMTA230B–Titanic, the then most modern and fastest English passenger steamer sank on the night of April 15, 1912 on its maiden voyage south of Newfoundland Bank after a collision with an iceberg. 1,513 people died. Our image, inspired by eyewitness descriptions, shows the last moment of the 'Titanic' whose side wall was torn below the waterline by the iceberg in a length of about twelve meters.
RMAY2TC5–Titanic In Docks Col
RMBTF090–Vintage photo c1912 of Titanic survivor Frederick Fleet - the lookout who spotted the iceberg which sank the ship in April 1912.
RMD98BN8–Group of survivors of the Titanic disaster aboard the Carpathia after being rescued. 1912.
RMC2YA1H–Survivors of the RMS Titanic in one of her collapsible lifeboats, just before being picked up by the Carpathia.
RMT0MB1X–toys, Titanic, model ship, reproduced in facsimile, circa 1m long, ship, upholding, Germany, circa 1985, Additional-Rights-Clearance-Info-Not-Available
RMD0T6ME–The Grand staircase in the Highland Railway's 'Station Hotel' in Inverness, Scottish Highlands, Scotland, Great Britain UK. The stairway is the same design as that installed on the White Star Line Liner RMS Titanic which sank after hitting an iceberg in 1912.
RMF4PJR1–Kate Winslet, Frances Fisher and Billy Zane / Titanic / 1997 directed by James Cameron [Twentieth Century Fox Pictures]
RMBHW6RC–TITANIC - 1997 TCF film with Leonardo DiCaprio and Kate Winslet
RMBKK0MR–TITANIC (1997) LEONARDO DICAPRIO TITI 020
RME8JBRB–Titanic exhibition : first class cabin
RMCMP4KR–Titanic ship survivors on board the Carpathia
RMH9GRBD–A rare promotional brochure for the Titanic and Olympic that is being auctioned off at Henry Aldridge & Son auction house in Devizes, Wiltshire, in one of their 100th Anniversary Titanic sales this Saturday. 27 March 2012. Photo by Adam Gasson.
RMGA98MA–Titanic First Officer William McMaster Murdoch, who is treated as a local hero in his native town of Dalbeattie. The executive vice-president of the 20th Century Fox studio, Scott Neeson, travelled to the Scottish town to apologise for their portrayal of the doomed liner's First Officer as a cowardly murderer.
RMG15H3Y–First class parlour Suite #B60 in the Titanic, 1912. This suite opened into a drawing room.
RM2B2002T–TITANIC 1912 ILLUSTRATION Vintage 1912 Titanic Promotional Colour Postcard From The White Star Line before its tragic sinking
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