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TITANIC BOW

A video of Titanic's bow from the recent expedition.
Video: Atlantic Productions

Titanic Bow

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Titanic Pigeon Forge - The bow of the ship and the crowds for opening day April 8, 2010

Titanic Wreck - Bow And Railing

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TITANIC Bow Wreck

TITANIC bolbous bow

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Titanic Wreck - Bow Deck And Anchor

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Titanic Wreck - Bow Deck And Anchor

TITANIC BOW WRECK A Close look

Titanic wreck on ocean floor made of cardboard, cereal boxes, scrap card, string, bits of wood basically anything i could get my hands on to recreate the greatest ship ever to play such a major part in history, this model appeared in the Express & star newspaper a couple of years ago and is dedicated to all those aboard

Virtual Tour of Titanic Wreck | Bow

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Virtual Tour of Titanic Wreck | Bow

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The wreck of the RMS Titanic lies at a depth of about 12,500 feet (3.8 km; 2.37 mi), about 370 miles (600 km) south-southeast off the coast of Newfoundland. It lies in two main pieces about a third of a mile (600 m) apart. The bow is still recognizable with many preserved interiors, despite deterioration and damage sustained hitting the sea floor. In contrast, the stern is completely ruined. A debris field around the wreck contains hundreds of thousands of items spilled from the ship as she sank. The bodies of the passengers and crew would have also been distributed across the sea bed, but have been consumed by other organisms.

Titanic sank in 1912, when she collided with an iceberg during her maiden voyage. Numerous expeditions tried using sonar to map the sea bed in the hope of finding it, but were unsuccessful. In 1985, the wreck was finally located by a joint French–American expedition led by Jean-Louis Michel of IFREMER and Robert Ballard of the Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution. The wreck has been the focus of intense interest and has been visited by numerous expeditions. Controversial salvage operations have recovered thousands of items, which have been conserved and put on public display.

Many schemes have been proposed to raise Titanic, including filling the wreck with ping-pong balls, injecting it with 180,000 tons of Vaseline, or using half a million tons of liquid nitrogen to encase it in an iceberg that would float to the surface. However, the wreck is too fragile to be raised and is now protected by a UNESCO convention.

Titanic Wreck - Bow Deck And Anchor

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Virtual Tour of Titanic Wreck | Stern

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Virtual Tour of Titanic Wreck | Stern

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The wreck of the RMS Titanic lies at a depth of about 12,500 feet (3.8 km; 2.37 mi), about 370 miles (600 km) south-southeast off the coast of Newfoundland. It lies in two main pieces about a third of a mile (600 m) apart. The bow is still recognizable with many preserved interiors, despite deterioration and damage sustained hitting the sea floor. In contrast, the stern is completely ruined. A debris field around the wreck contains hundreds of thousands of items spilled from the ship as she sank. The bodies of the passengers and crew would have also been distributed across the sea bed, but have been consumed by other organisms.

Titanic sank in 1912, when she collided with an iceberg during her maiden voyage. Numerous expeditions tried using sonar to map the sea bed in the hope of finding it, but were unsuccessful. In 1985, the wreck was finally located by a joint French–American expedition led by Jean-Louis Michel of IFREMER and Robert Ballard of the Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution. The wreck has been the focus of intense interest and has been visited by numerous expeditions. Controversial salvage operations have recovered thousands of items, which have been conserved and put on public display.

Many schemes have been proposed to raise Titanic, including filling the wreck with ping-pong balls, injecting it with 180,000 tons of Vaseline, or using half a million tons of liquid nitrogen to encase it in an iceberg that would float to the surface. However, the wreck is too fragile to be raised and is now protected by a UNESCO convention.

Titanic Wreck

Titanic video showing different points on the Wreck.
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Titanic The Artifacts Exhibition

Titanic The Artifacts Exhibition is currently at the Science Museum in St Paul, Minnesota. You can see actual artifacts brought up from the bottom of the Atlantic within the debris-field. This is a production Cruising Authority at

Titanic Wreck - Deck Rail Near Bow

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Titanic Wreck - Deck Rail Near Bow

Titanic FortWorth

Fort Worth Museum, Science and History presenta la exhibición Titanic, The Artifact Exhibition. Del 13 de octubre 2012 al 24 de marzo 2013. Para más información de Fort Worth en español visita:
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Wreck of the Titanic: How Much Time Is Left? (Stern Section) View from the top

Titanic Pigeon Forge Video Tour

As the whole world remembers the world's most famous luxury liner, Titanic Museum Attraction in Pigeon Forge, Tn. will continue to open the door to the past in it's one-of-a-kind way -- letting passengers experience what it was like to walk the hallways, parlors, cabins and Grand Staircase of the Titanic while surrounded by more than 400 artifacts directly from the ship and its passengers. As visitors touch a real iceberg, walk the Grand Staircase and third class hallways, reach their hands into 28-degree water, and try to stand on the sloping decks, they learn what it was like on the RMS Titanic by experiencing it first-hand.

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TITANIC RUSTICLES

Video of Titanic Rustciles on recent dive. Photo Atlantic Productions.

A size comparison between RMS Queen Mary and RMS Titanic

Both models are of the same scale and brand: 1:570 Revell.

The Sinking of the Titanic

On April 10, 1912, the Titanic departed from Southampton, England on it's maiden voyage to New York, USA. The ship made a quick stop at Cherbourg, France and Queenstown (now Cork), Ireland before sailing to New York with 2,208 people on board. At 11:40 PM on April 14, 1912, the Titanic struck an iceberg on the starboard (right) bow (front) and began to sink. When Captain Smith was informed that the Titanic would sink, he immediately ordered passengers to board the lifeboats. Unfortunately, the Titanic only had 20 lifeboats, which could only carry a total of 1,178 people, which would leave 1,030 people to their demise. The first lifeboat to leave was launched an hour after the collision, and the last lifeboat left at 2:05 AM. At 2:18 AM, the Titanic broke between the 3rd and 4th funnels. The bow section sank immediately, while the stern (back) rose up into the air, and then went under at 2:20 AM, 2 hours and 40 minutes after the collision. 1,502 people died in the sinking, mainly due to hypothermia. Only 706 people survived, and were picked up by the Carpathia to New York.
VIDEOS/MOVIES I USED:
-Titanic Departure (1912)
-White Star Line Ad (1920s)
-Titanic (1953) (20th Century Fox)
-A Night To Remember (1958)
-Titanic (1997) (James Cameron) (Paramount)
I do not own anything in this video. All of the videos and movies I used belong to their rightful owners.
The song is Nearer My God to Thee by Braveheart Trio.

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