TITANIC

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an older man sitting in front of a mixing desk
Bob Ballard and James Cameron on what we can learn from Titan
an empty room with wooden walls and shelves
Where the Titanic was born
Harland and Wolff | BBC News - In pictures: Harland & Wolff Drawing Offices
an abandoned building with lots of windows and no one in the room or on the ground
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Titanic Yard: The World�s Most Famous (Abandoned) Slipway
an abandoned building with tables and chairs in the center, surrounded by glass roofing
YGM 2012 - 64
Former Harland and Wolff drawing office, Belfast
an old building with stairs and pictures hanging on the wall in it's entry way
1900 – Harland & Wolff Drawing Office, Belfast, Co. Antrim
Harland & Wolff Drawing Office, Belfast
a man walking his dog under an old wooden bridge that has been built into the ground
The Titanic and New York
white star line pier new york - Pier 54. Check.
an ornate blue and white bowl on display in a glass case with a plaque underneath it
for those in peril
A second class dish recovered from the wreck. Gravy ladle plate.
a sign that is on the side of a stone wall saying it's door for us to go crew only
L'épave du Titanic
L'épave du Titanic/ Une plaque retrouvée sur l'une des portes réservée à l'équipage
a group of men standing on top of a boat next to each other holding suitcases
The Titanic’s bellboys were as young as 14, and they moved passengers’ luggage and performed other basic tasks. All of the bellboys died when the ship sank. SOURCE: Historyfreak
a black and white photo of stairs leading up to the deck of a ship with a person standing on it
Never-before-seen pictures of Titanic's Captain Smith
Never-before-seen: This image of Captain Smith walking to the bridge is one of five slides uncovered by a collector
an old piece of paper with writing on it
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an old book with some writing on it
a white tea pot with blue and gold trimmings on the top, sitting on a black background
Order Tickets - Titanic Museum Attraction in Branson, Missouri and Pigeon Forge, Tennessee
1st Class Teapot - Titanic Museum Attraction in Branson, Missouri and Pigeon Forge, Tennessee
an old metal grate with rusted paint and designs on the side of it
ca. 1985 --- A lead glass window retrieved from the wreck of the Titanic. Probably from First Class Reception Room or Dining Room.