Taken by Father Browne SJ show a glimpse of what things were like before the ship went down....A U.S. doctor inspects passenger's eyes aboard the doomed ship.

11 Never Before Seen Pictures Of The Titanic. doctor inspects passenger's eyes aboard the doomed ship.

*STUART COLLETT: Titanic Survivor, 1912

Titanic Survivor Stuart Collett arrives on the Carpathia in 1912 (repro postcard)

Saloon Steward: Thomas Whiteley, 18, from London was a steward in the first class dining saloon. Whiteley later recalled a dinner party attended by Captain Smith, Dr O’Loughlin and J.Bruce Ismay amongst others, at one point ‘Dr. O’Loughlin rose and lifting his glass, exclaimed: ‘let us drink to the mighty Titanic.’ With cries of approval everybody stood up and drank the toast.’     (North Berks. Herald, 20th April 1912 p.2).  Whiteley was left behind after the last boats had been launched…

Phillips, the first Marconi operator aboard the Titanic, stuck to his post until…

Titanic Fact 22: There were only two bathtubs for third class passengers ... titanicfact. tumblr. com/

Titanic Fact - There Were Only 2 Bathtubs For Class Passengers **Wondering How Many Passengers Were In Class - Got To Look It Up**

Titanic: In the photo Rosina Hurst reads of her husband's survival but also of the death of her father. The house next door would no longer contain the grandfather who doted on baby George seen in Rosina's arms.

In the photo, Rosina Hurst reads of her husband's survival but also of the death of her father aboard Titanic. The house next door would no longer contain the grandfather who doted on baby George seen in Rosina's arms.

Rare Unseen Images of the RMS Titanic Captured by Father Frank ...

RMS Titanic: Two Marconi operators photographed aboard the "Adriatic" sometime before the "Titanic" voyage. The man on the left is Jack Phillips, the heroic sender of the distress signals who stuck to his post and went down with the Titanic.

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