This is the only known surviving first class ticket from Titanic, which is on display at the Merseyside Maritime Museum.

This is the only known surviving first class ticket from the Titanic, which is on display at the Merseyside Maritime Museum, England.

First class staircase today. The wood has decomposed from years undersea.

So you've been wanting to explore that shipwreck under the warm shallow waters in the bay of your hometown. This would be a great adventure to pull out your HD sports camera. Where does one get the kind of underwater.

Titanic bedroom

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

Things Found in the Titanic | ... trip with the tourists diving 2 miles to see the Titanic | Mail Online

Shoes left outside the cabins to be polished. Even the captain's bath tub. An eerie trip with the tourists diving two miles to see the Titanic

Things Found in the Titanic | ... trip with the tourists diving 2 miles to see the Titanic | Mail Online

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Silverware from the Titanic Wreckage: Several forks and a butter knife recovered from the wreck.

Real(Mislabeled) -  Pinned as: "A funnel from the RMS Titanic being towed on the Hudson into New York."  -This is a "replica" of the upper section of the fourth funnel of the Titanic is towed along the river Thames towards Canary Wharf on November 3, 2010 in London, England. The replica funnel has been created to launch a new exhibition of artefacts recovered from the wreck of the Titanic cruise liner which sunk in the North Atlantic on April 15, 1912. (Photo by Oli Scarff/Getty Images)

Browse The Titanic Artefacts Exhibition Is Launched At The latest photos. View images and find out more about The Titanic Artefacts Exhibition Is Launched At The at Getty Images.

Hilda Mary Slayter - Titanic Survivor first-hand account of sinking. Very detailed written account from a passenger.

Courtesy of Alan Hustak Hilda Mary Slayter the daughter of a prominent Halifax doctor, knew nothing about Titanic until she boarded the tender that took her to the huge ship anchored off shore in Queenstown harbor.

Passengers who died and those who survived on  ship Titanic when it sank. All dead  were the Goodwin and Rice children.   Survivors Titanic 1st, 2nd, 3rd class passengers.

Stories of Passengers on The Titanic Who Died

Boiler Room Underwater | Unseen Titanic" in NatGeo magazine: first ever complete views of ...

A single-ended boiler from Boiler Room that would have rolled out of the Titanic when she split apart. This would have been used to heat and light the ship while she was in port.

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