We all must have seen the Titanic film. It is only through the film that we can visualise the Titanic. That grand ship cannot be imagined when it is sinking in the sea.
We at THEVIRALTAKE have brought the rare pictures of that precious Titanic which we cannot even imagine. These unseen photos found on old camera who might have been some passenger of Titanic.
#1 Titanic leaving port on its maiden voyage, Circa 1912.
#2 With the help of these lifeboats, the lives of people were saved at the time of the sinking of the Titanic.
#3 On April 4, 1912 the icy waters where the Titanic crashed into the ice.
#4 This photo taken during Titanic’s test run at Belfast, Northern Ireland.
#5 Reading and writing for the first class passenger deck of the Titanic.
#6 Passengers waiting for their turn to on board on the deck on April 10, 1912 Southampton , England.
#7 First class lounge on Titanic.
#8 The Titanic ready to take off in Southampton, England April 10, 1912.
#9 Titanic leaves port of Southampton to begin its voyage.
#10 Titanic Passengers are seen walking near the lifeboat shortly before the ship sinks. Circa April 10-14, 1912
#11 A child plays on the deck of the Titanic three days before the ship went down.
#12 First-class restaurant aboard the Titanic.
#13 Captain Edward J. Smith (right) and Purser Hugh Walter McElroy stand aboard the Titanic. The person who took this photo, Rev. F.M. Browne landed in Queensland and it was 3 days later that the news of Titanic’s sinking came. Captain Smith and Walter both died in the Titanic sinking. Circa April 10-11, 1912.
#14 This could be the same iceberg that caused the Titanic went down near North Atlantic, 1912.
#15 Two lifeboats carry survivors of Titanic was taken safely April 15, 1912.
#16 Survivors of Titanic sinking on the deck.
#17 A boy selling copies of evening newspaper that tell the news of Titanic sinking, outside of White Star Line Company That launches the Titanic.
#18 Crowd waiting outside of White Star Line office for latest updates of Titanic.
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