The tragic story of the Titanic has touched so many lives and had left such an historical impression, and a lot of it had to do with the 1997 blockbuster film. However, as much as James Cameron had done a good job reenacting every small detail of the original ship and reliving the untold stories of the people on board, sometimes, a picture is worth a thousand words, especially if it’s an authentic one. We all know the end of this tragic story, but not all of us know how it all began, and thankfully we have these amazing pictures to tell the story.
With over 10 decks, 882 feet long, and more than 52,000 tons in weight, there is no doubt that the Titanic owns up to its Greek meaning – ‘gigantic’, in more ways than you can imagine.
Since it first left Southampton on 10 April 1912, despite the deadly conclusions of the famous and luxurious voyage, the Titanic will always remain one of the most important and significant ships in history. From a distance, this magnificent ship must have seemed like a dream come true for its 2,224 passengers and crew members.
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