1. The Titanic sits near the dock at Belfast, Northern Ireland soon before starting its maiden voyage.
2. The icy waters where the Titanic sinking occurred, as seen just days before the disaster.
3. The Titanic begins its sea trials at Belfast, Northern Ireland soon before setting off on its voyage.
4. The reading and writing room on the first-class deck of the Titanic, as seen soon before the vessel took off.
5. Crowds line the docks as the Titanic prepares to take off on its voyage. Southampton, England.
6. The first-class lounge aboard the Titanic, as seen soon before the vessel took off.
7. The Titanic sits at the dock in Southampton, England soon before setting off.
8. The Titanic leaves port at Southampton, England to begin its voyage.
9. A child plays on the playground located on the saloon deck of the Titanic three days before the ship went down.
10. The Café Parisien portion of the first-class restaurant aboard the Titanic, as seen soon before the vessel took off.
Captain Edward J. Smith (right) and Purser Hugh Walter McElroy stand aboard the Titanic as it travels between Southampton, England and Queenstown, Ireland, just one day into its voyage — and three days before it would sink.
The man who took this photograph, Rev. F.M. Browne, got off at Queenstown. Both Smith and McElroy died in the Titanic sinking.
11. The main dining room aboard the Titanic, as seen soon before the vessel took off.
12. The iceberg suspected of having sunk the Titanic, as photographed by the steward of a passing ship the morning after the Titanic sinking. The other ship had not yet received word about the Titanic sinking but the steward reportedly saw red paint smeared along the base of the iceberg, indicating that a ship had struck it within the last several hours.
13. An iceberg, possibly the one that sunk the Titanic, floats in the North Atlantic near the site where the ship went down.
14. Two lifeboats carry Titanic survivors toward safety.
15. Following the Titanic sinking, a lifeboat carries survivors to safety.
16. A lifeboat, believed to be from the Titanic, is hoisted and drained of water.
17. A rescue boat full of survivors makes its way through the water following the Titanic sinking.
18. The last lifeboat launched from the Titanic makes its way through the water.
19. A lifeboat full of Titanic survivors are picked up by the Carpathia.
20. Survivors of the Titanic sinking sit on the deck of the Carpathia, wrapped in blankets and clothes given to them by Carpathia passengers, soon after their rescue.
21. The “Titanic orphans”
French brothers Michel (left, age 4) and Edmond Navratil (right, age 2), who were left temporarily parent-less their father died on the ship. The brothers survived and made it to New York, where they stayed for a month before their mother, who was had stayed in France and not boarded the ship, finally recognized them from a newspaper photo and came to claim them.
22. Survivors of the Titanic sinking sit aboard the Carpathia just after their rescue.
23. A newspaper boy sells copies of the Evening News telling of the Titanic sinking outside the off ice of the White Star Line (the company that launched the Titanic) in London a day after the ship went down.
24. Crowds wait outside the White Star Line office in order to hear the latest news on the disaster. New York. Circa April 15-18, 1912.George Rinhart/Corbis via Getty Images
25. A crowd awaits Titanic survivors in New York.
26. The lifeboats of the Titanic that had carried survivors from the sinking ship hang from the side of the Carpathia, the ship that made the rescue, as it reaches the pier in New York.
27. The Navratil brothers, one seated with a toy boat similar to the Titanic, arrive in port (presumably New York) aboard a rescue ship.
28. A crowd awaits the return of survivors of the Titanic sinking in Southampton, England.
29. Survivors of the Titanic sinking sit at Millbay Docks in Plymouth, England upon their return home.
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