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Survivors in collapsible lifeboat

TITANIC SURVIVORS aboard a collapsible lifeboat, viewed from Carpathia. - obviously one of the rich snob peoples boat, plenty of room for more people that i can see!

Life jackets were one of the leading causes of death on the Titanic. If a person jumped overboard from 10 feet up or higher, their necks would be broken upon impact with the water. (They may have been the lucky ones). This life jacket was cut from a body after being in the ocean for many days. Recovery workers did not want to touch the bodies, so the life jackets were removed by cutting the straps. The bodies were then weighted and the unidentifiable were returned to the sea.

Life jackets were one of the leading causes of death on the Titanic. If a person jumped overboard from 10 feet up or higher, their necks would be broken upon impact with the water.

Passenger “Titanic” ticket

A photograph released by Henry Aldridge & Son-Ho Auction House in Wiltshire, Britain, 18 April shows an extremely rare Titanic passenger ticket

#foto che hanno segnato un'epoca Suite di prima classe del Titanic

#foto che hanno segnato un'epoca Suite di prima classe del Titanic

Titanic Grand Staircase Underwater | Pictures of The Titanic Underwater, Titanic Wreckage

Titanic Grand Staircase Underwater -- Pictures of The Titanic Underwater, Titanic Wreckage

A shipyard worker's ticket to the launch of the RMS Titanic in Belfast. Photograph © National Museums Northern Ireland. Collection Ulster Folk & Transport Museum

hipyard worker’s ticket for the launch of Titanic, 31 May “This ticket was issued to Mr David Moneypenny, a Harland & Wolff painter who worked on Titanic’s first-class accommodation. The creases in the ticket suggest it was folded and kept in his pocket.

Lunch menu from the last night on the Titanic

Titanic's last First Class Lunch menu from April 14 1912 (Sold March 2012 for

The elaborate ornamental clock of Time and Glory at top of TITANIC's Grand staircase.

An elaborate clock, depicting Honour and Glory Crowning Time, was the most noticeable feature of the Grand Staircase's boat deck landing.

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