Unseen Photos Of Titanic To Sink You In Old Memories :


Posted by-Kalki Team



It has been more than 100 years since the mighty Titanic (The Unsinkable Ship) met its fatal end. It carries with itself a classic tale of love, sacrifice, and sorrow. These tales are preserved well in photographs.

Here are some unseen photographs of the Titanic that recite a story that is very close to our heart.

1. Unfinished Masterpiece

Titanic at an unfinished stage on May 31, 1911, at Belfast.

2. Under Construction

Titanic when it was under construction.

The ship was still HUGE!

3. Getting Ready

The Titanic, ready to be launched.

4.The start of the journey

Titanic leaving Belfast on April 2, 1912.

5. Double the fun

The Olympic, the Titanics sister ship docked in NYC the same day Titanic left Southampton.

6. The culprit

The iceberg suspected of having sunk the RMS Titanic. The iceberg was photographed on April 15, 1912, just a few miles south of where the Titanic went down.

7. The victims

The last lifeboat off the Titanic. The last bit of hope.

8. Distress call

Photographs showing the wireless operator on board receiving a distress call, live boats bringing the survivors to the Carpathia and Capt. Smith of the Titanic.

9. Out of the jaws of death

The Titanics lifeboats on their way to Carpathia.

10. A step from safety

The tugboat on its way to meet the Carpathia.

11. Safe and sound

Survivors of the Titanic safely aboard the Carpathia.

12. Waiting period

A crowd gathers to await the arrival of Titanics survivors.

13. More waiting period

Another shot of the growing and anxious crowd.

14. Survivors

Mrs. Charlotte Collyer with her daughter, Marjorie, they both survived the disaster.

15. Left alone

French brothers, Michel and Edmond Navratil boarded the ship with their father, Louis Hoffman. Hoffman did not survive and the boys were left orphans.

16. Happy family

A young family of survivors.

17. Prize distribution

Mrs. J.J. Brown presenting an award to Carpathia Captain, Arthur Henry Rostron for his service in the rescue of the Titanic.

18. Fund raiser

Around 14,000 people attended a Yankees vs. Giants baseball game to raise funds for the Titanic survivors.

19. More fund raising

George M. Cohan selling special Sunday copies of the New York American newspaper to benefit survivors and their families.

20. Aftermath

The scene outside the White Star Line office after the disaster.

21. Presenting presents

Captain Arthur Henry Rostron next to the silver loving cup that Titanic survivors presented to him in May 1912.

22. The saviour

Portrait of Captain Arthur Henry Rostron.

23. Remembrance

Oscar Solomon Straus with his wife Sarah at the 1915 dedication of Straus Memorial Park in New York City. This marked the third anniversary of the death of his brother and his wife on the Titanic.

24. Straus Memorial Park in New York City.

It was built to commemorate those who died on board the Titanic.

25. Services

Funeral services in memory of the Titanic at The Seamens Church Institute, New York City.


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