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In this remarkable photograph, taken in May shipyard men are fitting Titanic's starboard tail shaft.

Poškodená prova HMS Hawke

Olympic, Titanic a Britannic – nešťastné sestry

Workers inspect the damage to RMS Olympic caused by her collision with HMS Hawke

White Star Line Disasters—The Titanic Was Just the Tip of the Iceberg

RMS "Olympic", Arrival in New York.

Titanics Sister Ship RMS Olympic Arrives New York in 1912

RMS "Titanic"'s propeller shaft

All things TITANIC - Construction contains pictures of RMS TITANIC`s inside and outside construction works.

Giant starboard anchor of the Titanic is raised for the last time. 1.55pm 11th April 1912 in a picture taken by Father Browne.

Giant starboard anchor of the Titanic is raised for the last time. April 1912 i by Father Browne.

5 of 5 - The snaps were taken at 12.15pm on May 31, 1911 by a Belfast businessman who was given close access to the doomed liner at the Harland and Wolff shipyard

The snaps were taken at on May by a Belfast businessman who was given close access to the doomed liner inside the Harland and Wolff shipyard.

Olympic (1911) Damage to the hull of the Olympic after being rammed by HMS Hawke on September 20, 1911.

This Day In Wrecks The HMS Hawke collides with the White Star Line ship RMS Olympic while sailing through the Solent strait off of Southampton. The bow of the Hawke strikes the starboard side of.

Headstone in Fairview cemetery in Halifax Nova Scotia where over 100 victims of…

Headstone in Fairview cemetery in Halifax Nova Scotia where over 100 victims of the sinking of the Titanic are buried.