RMS Titanic

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The Grand Staircase is the name sometimes given to the large ornate staircases in the first-class section of the White Star Line liner RMS Titanic, which sank with a great loss of life following a collision with an iceberg in 1912. Considered to be among the most luxurious appointments on the ship, use of the two grand staircases was restricted to first-class passengers. The fore Grand Staircase descends five levels from the Boat Deck to the E Deck with grand appearance, and continues down

The Grand Staircase is the name sometimes given to the large ornate staircases in the first-class section of the White Star Line liner RMS Titanic, which sank with a great loss of life following a collision with an iceberg in 1912. Considered to be among the most luxurious appointments on the ship, use of the two grand staircases was restricted to first-class passengers. The fore Grand Staircase descends five levels from the Boat Deck to the E Deck with grand appearance, and continues down

A colorized photo of one of the RMS Titanic’s first class staterooms.    I'm gonna guess that its cabin B-57

A colorized photo of one of the RMS Titanic’s first class staterooms. I'm gonna guess that its cabin B-57

A menu, dated April 14 1912, shows the luxury food offered up to first-class passengers on the last day on board the RMS Titanic.

The Titanic's Last Lunch

A menu, dated April 14 1912, shows the luxury food offered up to first-class passengers on the last day on board the RMS Titanic.

Titanic's second class pianos and stairway. Notice the piano, bottom floor, left. What would the world be like if RMS Titanic hadn't sunk

Titanic's second class pianos and stairway. Notice the piano, bottom floor, left. What would the world be like if RMS Titanic hadn't sunk

Last photo taken of the RMS Titanic – Sailing away from Queenstown, Ireland.

Last photo taken of the RMS Titanic – Sailing away from Queenstown, Ireland.

National Geographic images: 'Unseen Titanic'  Davit pile: Titanic's lifeboats were hoisted overboard by davits, or small cranes. Most were ranked off the deck by flailing funnel cables. These two were entangled by ropes left dangling after a boat was launched. (Copyright 2012 RMS TITANIC, INC; Produced by AIVL, Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution)

National Geographic features new images of the unseen Titanic

National Geographic images: 'Unseen Titanic' Davit pile: Titanic's lifeboats were hoisted overboard by davits, or small cranes. Most were ranked off the deck by flailing funnel cables. These two were entangled by ropes left dangling after a boat was launched. (Copyright 2012 RMS TITANIC, INC; Produced by AIVL, Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution)

1st Class Library on the Titanic

1st Class Library on the Titanic

Pictures of the Titanic..

Pictures of the Titanic..

Interior decor in the Titanic.  The smoking room, 1912.

Interior decor in the Titanic. The smoking room, 1912.

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