A section of wood and cane cut from the seat of a damaged deck chair recovered from the sea after the sinking of the RMS Titanic on April 15th, 1912 [OC] [2352×2792]

A section of wood and cane cut from the seat of a damaged deck chair recovered from the sea after the sinking of the RMS Titanic on April 15th, 1912 [OC] [2352×2792]

Cunard steamship RMS CARPATHIA in Dry Dock 4 at Erie Basin, Brooklyn, New York, 1913. Launched in 1902 at Newcastle upon Tyne, England. In April 1912 she rescued 705 passengers in lifeboats from the RMS TITANIC. Converted to troop transport for WWI, sunk by German U-boat July 17, 1918. [1899×2230]

Cunard steamship RMS CARPATHIA in Dry Dock 4 at Erie Basin, Brooklyn, New York, 1913. Launched in 1902 at Newcastle upon Tyne, England. In April 1912 she rescued 705 passengers in lifeboats from the RMS TITANIC. Converted to troop transport… Continue Reading

Crew of the battleship HMS Audacious take to lifeboats after being hit by a German naval mine off the northern coast of Donegal, Ireland. Photograph taken by a passenger aboard RMS Olympic (sister ship of Titanic), which picked up the survivors. (Oct. 26, 1914) [2594×1729]

Crew of the battleship HMS Audacious take to lifeboats after being hit by a German naval mine off the northern coast of Donegal, Ireland. Photograph taken by a passenger aboard RMS Olympic (sister ship of Titanic), which picked up the… Continue Reading