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"The Unforgettable RMS Titanic: A Glimpse into History" The RMS Titanic's propellers glisten in the dry dock, showcasing the might of this iconic ship

Background imageRms Titanic Collection: The RMS Titanicas propellers as the mighty ship sits in dry dock

The RMS Titanicas propellers as the mighty ship sits in dry dock
Vintage maritime history photo of the RMS Titanicas propellers as the mighty ship sits in dry dock

Background imageRms Titanic Collection: Hole torn in the hull of RMS Olympic after the collision with HMS Hawke in the Solent, 1911

Hole torn in the hull of RMS Olympic after the collision with HMS Hawke in the Solent, 1911
Hole torn in the hull of RMS Olympic after the collision with HMS Hawke in the Solent, 20th September 1911. The collision took place as Olympic

Background imageRms Titanic Collection: The Titanic Slip, c1910s, (1928)

The Titanic Slip, c1910s, (1928)
The Titanic Slip, 1928. From A History of Lloyd s, by Charles Wright and C. Ernest Fayle. [Macmillan and Company Limited, London, 1928]

Background imageRms Titanic Collection: Titanic - 2nd Class Dinner Menu, 1912

Titanic - 2nd Class Dinner Menu, 1912. A 2nd Class dinner menu from RMS Titanic dated April 14, 1912. This was the date that Titanic struck the iceburg that caused her to sink

Background imageRms Titanic Collection: TITANIC: SURVIVOR, 1912. Sidney Stuart Collett, a survivor of RMS Titanic

TITANIC: SURVIVOR, 1912. Sidney Stuart Collett, a survivor of RMS Titanic. Photographed 19 April 1912

Background imageRms Titanic Collection: Sender of the S. O. S. Signal for Help, (April 20), 1912. Creator: Unknown

Sender of the S. O. S. Signal for Help, (April 20), 1912. Creator: Unknown
Sender of the " S. O. S." Signal for Help, (April 20), 1912. John George Phillips (nicknamed Jack, 1887-1912) was the ships senior wireless operator who tried to save the Titanic

Background imageRms Titanic Collection: Hole torn in the hull of RMS Olympic after the collision with HMS Hawke in the Solent, 1911

Hole torn in the hull of RMS Olympic after the collision with HMS Hawke in the Solent, 1911
Hole torn in the hull of RMS Olympic after the collision with HMS Hawke in the Solent, 20th September 1911. The collision took place as Olympic

Background imageRms Titanic Collection: The RMS Titanic. Creator: Unknown

The RMS Titanic. Creator: Unknown
The RMS Titanic. Operated by the White Star Line, Titanic was the largest and most luxurious ocean liner of her time, and thought to be unsinkable

Background imageRms Titanic Collection: The Daily Graphic - Titanic-In-Memoriam-Number, front cover, April 20, 1912

The Daily Graphic - Titanic-In-Memoriam-Number, front cover, April 20, 1912. The White Star Line ship RMS Titanic struck an iceberg in thick fog off Newfoundland on 14 April 1912

Background imageRms Titanic Collection: RMS Olympic, White Star Line ocean liner, 1911-1912. Artist: FGO Stuart

RMS Olympic, White Star Line ocean liner, 1911-1912. Artist: FGO Stuart
RMS Olympic, White Star Line ocean liner, 1911-1912. Launched in 1910, Olympic was the first of her class of ocean liners built for the White Star Line

Background imageRms Titanic Collection: RMS Titanic

RMS Titanic
Poster for the RMS Titanic, a British passenger liner that sank in the North Atlantic Ocean in the early morning of 15 April 1912 after colliding with an iceberg during her maiden voyage



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"The Unforgettable RMS Titanic: A Glimpse into History" The RMS Titanic's propellers glisten in the dry dock, showcasing the might of this iconic ship. A haunting reminder of past events, a hole torn in the hull of RMS Olympic after its collision with HMS Hawke in 1911. Step back in time and explore the luxurious second-class dinner menu from aboard the ill-fated Titanic, dating back to 1912. Captured forever on film, Sidney Stuart Collett stands as a survivor of the tragic sinking in April 1912. An unknown hero sends out an S. O. S signal for help on that fateful day - April 20th, 1912. Echoes from history resurface as we witness another hole torn in the hull of RMS Olympic following its collision with HMS Hawke in 1911. Frozen moments etched into our memories - SS Titanic collides with an iceberg on that infamous night - April 14th, 1912. FGO Stuart's artistic representation showcases the grandeur and beauty of White Star Line's ocean liner, RMS Olympic during its service years (1911-1912). Witness history unfold as you imagine being present when UK's pride and joy, RMS Titanic departs Southampton on April 10th, 1912. Advertisements from yesteryears entice travelers to embark on unforgettable journeys aboard Transatlantic liners like Titanic and Olympic (lithograph from 1911). As one sister ship moves out of drydock to make way for another, witness the monumental task involved in preparing both RMS Titanic and her sibling vessel for their voyages. Step back into time through these captivating glimpses into one of history's most tragic yet fascinating tales – that of the legendary RMS Titanic.