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Old Websites About Titanic
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I was going through my disks the other day and I found a disk with "Titanic" wrote on the label. I put it in the drive and fired it up. On the disk was 7 pictures that I downloaded about 10 years ago. They're not the best (256 bitmap is what they originally). I haven't altered them other than putting them together to make 1 big picture (saved as jpeg) just for this site. I've not seen the site where I got these from, so I guess it's gone. Anyway, enjoy.



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Last know photo of Titanic.



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"Looked like a rocket sir."

"Yes, I wonder why a ship like that would want to fire a rocket?"

(A Night to Remember, Stone & Gibson)
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btw, this was one of Francis Brown's photo's. He departed in Queenstown and was able to get on last shot!
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"Yes, I wonder why a ship like that would want to fire a rocket?"

(A Night to Remember, Stone & Gibson)
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Nice pictures Mac G. I love the bow shot with the anchor chains and the shot of the props. Always helps me put into perpective the sheer size of the ships.
Father Brown got some really nice shots of the ships. A good site for his pictures is www.faherbrowne.com.
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I actually only posted the one. But thanks, the rest were from rip1912. I agree, Titanic was huge. It's crazy to think she sank in 2 hours and 40 minutes.
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Posted on: 2007/4/22 2:38
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