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Deck Plans (4 articles)
These articles are about the deck plans and overal specifications relating to it.
The ten decks on the RMS Titanic
The internal structure of RMS Titanic comprised of ten decks. They were named alphabetically.
First class deck composition
The first class in the time that the RMS Titanic was built was lavishly decorated and the price point was in the magnitude of 10 times more expensive. The ship builders and liners had to put a statement of exclusivity. The availability was about the same as the second class.
Third class deck composition
The third class didn't have it so good. They were low class in the ship and stayed in the lower deck hardly without any ocean view.
Second class deck composition
The amount of passangers classified under the second class were supprisingly about the same as the first class.
Inside Titanic (6 articles)
The different areas explained with photos
Inside Titanic overview
The "Shipbuilder" wrote on completion of the Olympic that the passenger accommodation was of "unrivalled extent and magnificence . . .. and the excellent result defies improvement".

The Olympic and the Titanic could each carry 3, 295 people: 2,435 passengers, and crew of 860.

Inside Titanic: first class public spaces
The first class unrivaled luxury, decorative and spacious areas attributed to the exlcusivity of the first class.
Inside Titanic: first class public spaces 2 & accomodation 2
Continuing from "Inside Titanic: first class public spaces"
Inside Titanic: second class
Second class passenger accommodation was to be found over seven decks. Exits were either by the second class grand stairway or an electric elevator which ran up and down all seven decks.
Inside Titanic: third class
Third class accommodation was much less luxurious than second class. Even so, third class or "steerage" passengers as they were known still enjoyed levels of luxury compared to most liners of their day.
Inside Titanic: Crew Accomodation
The White Star Line intended that the crew and passengers should not meet at any time during the voyage.
Ebooks (9 articles)
Full books
The loss of the R.M.S. Titanic: Chapter 1
The circumstances in which this book came to be written are as
follows. Some five weeks after the survivors from the Titanic landed
in New York, I was the guest at luncheon of Hon. Samuel J. Elder and
Hon. Charles T. Gallagher, both well-known lawyers in Boston. After
luncheon I was asked to relate to those present the experiences of the
survivors in leaving the Titanic and reaching the Carpathia.
The loss of the R.M.S. Titanic: Chapter 3
I had been fortunate enough to secure a two-berth cabin to myself,--D
56,--quite close to the saloon and most convenient in every way for
getting about the ship
The loss of the R.M.S. Titanic: Chapter 2
Soon after noon the whistles blew for friends to go ashore, the
gangways were withdrawn, and the Titanic moved slowly down the dock
The loss of the R.M.S. Titanic: Chapter 4
Looking back now on the descent of our boat down the ship's side, it
is a matter of surprise, I think, to all the occupants to remember how
little they thought of it at the time
The loss of the R.M.S. Titanic: Chapter 5
All accounts agree that the Titanic sunk about 2:20 A.M
The loss of the R.M.S. Titanic: Chapter 6
The two preceding chapters have been to a large extent the narrative
of a single eyewitness and an account of the escape of one boat only
from the Titanic's side
The loss of the R.M.S. Titanic: Chapter 7
The journey of the Carpathia from the time she caught the "C.Q.D."
from the Titanic at about 12.30 A.M. on Monday morning and turned
swiftly about to her rescue
The loss of the R.M.S. Titanic: Chapter 8
One of the most pitiful things in the relations of human beings to
each other--the action and reaction of events that is called
concretely "human life"--is that every now and then some of them
should be called upon to lay down their lives from no sense of
imperative, calculated duty such as inspires the soldier or the
The loss of the R.M.S. Titanic: Chapter 8.2
Chapter 8 part 2 and copyright
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Titanic Entertainment (2 articles)
Issues relating to the making of Titanic the movie and about other archivements in this field around the globe.
Fox studios baja overview
Fox Studios Baja is located 3 miles south of Rosarito, just off the free road, between the 1-D Autopista (Mexico's newest highway) and the ocean. The facility has over 9,000 square feet of permanent office space, 70,000 square feet of enclosed stage space and more than 90,000 square feet of construction workshops, storage areas, and physical plant facilities.

Titanic the movie by Fox pictures stages are built here as well as you will see in this article
Lyrics: My Heart Will Go On
Love Theme From Titanic the movie 1996 by James Cameron
Journey (4 articles)
The journey, about the people,cargo,route and much more.
Wreck map
This is the map where titanic went down on its maiden voyage 14 April 1912.
Titanic wireless log
"My God, Gray, the Titanic has struck a berg!"
~ Wireless operator Jack Goodwin at Cape Race, Newfoundland, April 14, 1912.

On April 14 Walter Gray, Jack Goodwin and Robert Hunston were serving at the Marconi Company wireless station at Cape Race, 400 miles west of Titanic. After the first distress call, Robert Hunston started this message log.

Titanic's shipboard time was 1 hour and 50 minutes ahead of Eastern Standard Time which was used at Cape Race. Titanic first used the distress call CQD, later adding the new code, SOS.

Halifax Canada
Halifax is a remarkable city in canada that was involved in the aftermatch of titanic
Atlantic ships sharing Titanic's misfortune allong the Northern Ice Route By Ian Jackson
Ships sharing Titanic's fate along the northern ice route. The iceberg's known place in history.
Research (10 articles)
Research relating to titanic theory's with scientific or educated backing.
Survivor accounts by James G. Clary
Coal Fire Theory

A smoldering coal fire and the continuing attempt to control it through the voyage may have led to the sinking of the Titanic 92 years ago, says engineer Robert Essenhigh of Ohio State University.
Degration of titanic: effect
Most of the degration that occurs to the titanic is caused due to the hostile nature of deep ocean environment.

This will affect the single company that retreives artifacts from it.
World War I: the Titanic age
Many events far worse than that of 9/11 took place in the 1910's, supposedly the most profitable time in history for operators of the transatlantic liners.
Cunard Line
The Cunard Line is the British cruise line that operates the RMS Queen Elizabeth 2 (QE2) and RMS Queen Mary 2 (QM2) cruise ships.

Sir Samuel Cunard
The Industrial Revolution had progressed far enough by the 1830's to make the idea of transatlantic communication by means of a fleet of steamships plausible.
Roots of qm2 goes back to Titanic's great heritage
Now, on this website you will note much debate about Titanic. In the history of things it is important to note that the RMS Titanic was not really classified as a cruise but the 3 sisters including Titanic Olympic and Britannic were setting the luxury standard if you would.
Archimedes Principle lesson from Titanic
A good article on Archimedes Principle written by a USA Lecturer at Newark High School from December 1998.

Altough dated, it gives insight into the reason why Thomas Andrews could staunchly defend his principle why the Titanic would eventually sink at a rate of 1-2 hours. Even with the pumps working, He didn't have to take into account the size of the porthole damage the iceberg had done to Titanic.
Scientific Abstract on the Deterioration of Titanic
The Titanic is proving to be a literal treasure-trove for scientific study of the deep ocean floor. Contributed by

David Bright
Using the Titanic to Teach Archimedes Principle
By Peter J. Yonko

One line in a scene from the movie Titanic was the inspiration for one of my physics lessons. Watching this scene, I saw how I could use the mystique of the great ship to bring Archimedes principle to life. In the scene, we see Mr. Andrews, Titanic's designer, enter with several ship drawings. He unfolds them on a table with great urgency. As Andrews explains the dire situation, Captain Smith asks eagerly about the pumps. Andrews replies, From this moment, no matter what I do, Titanic will founder. Mr. Ismay, an executive with White Star Lines, says in disbelief, But this ship can't sinkŁ Andrews sternly replies, She is made of iron, sir. I assure you she can and she will. It is a mathematical certainty.
Hobby (2 articles)
1/250 titanic model part 1
I started contruction of this 1/250 scale model of titanic on the 29th december 2004,it is a amati model,using plywood,pine,brass and whitemetal parts with paper wall coverings.
Pop Houses from Conny, The Netherlands.
The Titanic in which Leonardo DiCaprio and Kate Winslet play the head roles is one of my favorite films. Together with my long lasting passion for building pop houses, a famous hobby in The Netherlands, Europe. I decided to start building a few important scenes from this film and building them to a scale of one to twelve. My objective is to realize a 3 dimensional world trying to simulate features highlighted in the movie, this route has been chosen before on these story lines: Dutch Legend, Spionne, Mata Hari (The Exotic Dancers).
Titanic Attractions (3 articles)
Attractions affiliated with Titanic and White Star, Detailed trip planning and photos to your doorstep.
Titanic attraction: Belfast
This will be one of the first in the Titanic Attraction series, And this time we are going to take you to Belfast in Northern Ireland. Although missed the Nomadic because it was being service in one of the closed ship yards, the Nomadic is destined to be restored in a few years and will empower the touristic character even further.
Titanic Quarter GeoEye satellite imagery
Satellite imagery of the Titanic Quarter area and surrounding Belfast Barbour areas
Titanic Books (2 articles)
The review of books written about her.
Titanic faith: Put god first - Titan published in 1898
even 14 years before the Titanic Maiden Voyage there was a book named Titan, please read on.
How to Survive the Titanic or The Sinking of J. Bruce Ismay - Memoir from Author Frances Wilson
Memoir from the author of How to survive the Titanic or The sinking of J.Bruce Ismay.
Newspaper excerpts (1 articles)
Exceprts from newspaper dating back to 1910's about the R.M.S. Titanic
Stress on Titanic's Speed
Excerpt: Boston Evening Transcript
Dated: May 9 1912

Point Emphasized in British Inquiry

Speed kept up after warnings of ice were received

White Star counsel notified of intention

Asked to present any possible evidence to contrary

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