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Titanic's grand staircase. A replica is recreated in Belfast's Titanic Centre.

Titanic Quarter Building, Belfast

Titanic such a beautiful staircaise {I want one in my heavenly mansion}

Titanic - sonar images. The large bow and stern sections which rest about half a mile apart from each other can be seen here. They separated when the ship split apart as it began to sink

At rest on the seabed: The wreck of the Titanic as never seen before after sonar images reveal details of the doomed liner

RMS Titanic Inc. has completed an expedition to sonar map the Titanic's mile debris field, using unmanned, underwater robots which have taken more than photos of the site. This is a composite of the entire field.

Second Class outside two-berth Cabin - Titanic (convertible long sofa bed, two berths and a timber cabinet containing two basins with hot and cold water as well as drawers and a folding mirror)

The Second Class accommodations still commanded luxury in 1922 on the huge steamship Majestic of the White Star Line. The passengers of middle and upper middle class income levels often chose to travel in this class.

Heart-shaped Padlock Clasp Bracelet - Titanic Artifact: This charming Titanic artifact is a 9ct, yellow and rose gold curb-link bracelet.  The bracelet and has a broken safety chain, but it is possible that the safety chain held a small key to unlock the padlock clasp. Based upon existing hallmarks, the bracelet clasp was made in Chester, England between 1907 and 1908. The heart-shaped padlock was fashionable in Victorian and Edwardian periods and could serve as a clasp, charm, or pendant.

This heart-shaped padlock bracelet was salvaged from the R. Heart-shaped padlock pendants and charms were in fashion during the Victorian and Edwardian eras.

A safe found in Titanic's debris field...:

A safe found in Titanic's debris field. I am not sure this is true as the website links to pictures from the movie Titanic

Badkuip van kapitein Titanic gekiekt - Scientias.nl

Here is one of dozens of cut glass window screens from the First Class Dining Room. They were designed to hide the moving horizon out the porthole, and reinforce the illusion of a "country house gone to sea.

Titanics jewels on display  Open locket  This small gold locket features an engraving in French that reads, 4 Aout 1910, or 4 August 1910. The owner of the locket is unknown.  Credit: Titanic: The Artifact Exhibition, Las Vegas

Titanic's jewels on display

Titanics jewels on display Open locket This small gold locket features an engraving in French that reads, 4 Aout or 4 August The owner of the locket is unknown. Credit: Titanic: The Artifact Exhibition, Las Vegas

Fire place now and then

Titanic means something personal to everyone. Fireplace on the Titanic Now and Then RMS Titanic

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