28 Titanic Photos You’ve Never Seen Before

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It's been more than a century since the Titanic -- nicknamed the unsinkable ship -- made its fatal descent into the depths of the North Atlantic. More than 1,500 souls went down with the luxury liner in the early morning hours of April 15, 1912, but thanks to the RMS Carpathia's rescue efforts, some survived.

News of the rescue reached the public later that day, and crowds descended upon the docks to greet them. When the survivors hit land in New York's Pier 54 on April 18, the press scurried to interview and photograph them, some of whom you can see in the Titanic photos above, images that portray the full story of the doomed ship.


Enjoy these Titanic photos? Next, check out the only known video footage of the Titanic. Then, have a look at some astounding Titanic facts that most people don't know.

Erin Kelly
Erin Kelly is a freelance writer, artist and video editor that splits her time between the humid Midwest and the dusty corners of her mind.
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