The new Titanic memorial garden, Cobh, Ireland. The memorial garden is set in an old fort which overlooks the point where the Titanic moored in 1912.
Petty Officer 1st Class Stephen Allen, a U.S. Coast Guard Cutter Juniper crew member, lays dried rose petals over the RMS Titanic’s resting site April 14, 2012. About 1.5 million rose petals were donated by Titanic Museum Attractions for the Titanic’s centennial commemoration.
Second Class Concert Program performed on board the White Star Line H.M.S. Olympic, the sister ship of the Titanic, in aid of Seaman’s Charities. Featuring a dialogue and three recitations: Making Him Feel at Home, George’s Soliloquy, and Frenchman in England.
[Courtesy of Gjenvick-Gjønvik Archives]
Rms Olympic in dazzle paint during world war 1.
Source of photo, possibly Imperial War Museum.
This was a postcard I did for a bookshop I worked for a few years ago. It was designed to be coloured in. They became quite sought after.
Workers leaving Harland & Wolff Shipyard at Queens Road in Belfast (1911). The RMS Titanic is in the background.
"… his [Ken Marschall’s] paintings almost seemed to be stills from a movie that hadn’t yet been made. And I thought to myself… I can make these paintings live. It became my goal to accomplish on film what Ken had done on canvas, to will the Titanic back to life." —James Cameron.