1. Cian O'Reilly

    Bow Wreck Model

    Hi All, having largely completed modelling the stern section of the wreck, I've started work on the bow section. These images show progress to date.
  2. A

    How the break-up occurred

    The heavy weight of the engines was causing a bend in Titanic's double bottom. Does this mean the double bottom was weakened and did the breakup start there? this would go perfectly with the V breakup theory, because the double bottom would of held on and water would seep through, causing the...
  3. Charles

    Third Class Women in Bow on Titanic

    Hello to everyone, After looking at many records, including the Joseph/Peter (Katrin Yusuf) family from Lebanon and The Fatal Journey of Third Class Men on the Titanic which shows info that at least 9 Third Class women were in the forward section, I was wondering if there are accounts of...
  4. Charles

    Peter Joseph Lebanese Family in Bow

    When I was looking on the Cabin Allocations List, I noticed that a Lebanese woman and her children (Peter/Joseph Family) were shown to be having cabin F-63 (Section E) in the bow. I was wondering: I thought women and children were in the bow. To make sure this wasn't a typo, I looked on the...
  5. Charles

    At approximately what time did the forecastle touch the water?

    I was just wondering, what time did the forecastle deck first meet the water surface?
  6. W

    My humble efforts at a bow wreck model 1/175 scale

    Howdy everybody, newbie here and honored to be a part of this group. I have attached a couple pictures of my 1/175 bow wreck, 1985 version.
  7. J

    Ship's name on the wreck [was: I just noticed this...]

    I'm fascinated by images of Titanic's nameplates, which seem to be slowly vanishing underneath rusticles at the wreck site. I read somewhere that the nameplates on the bow are no longer visible, yet upon closer inspection of the recent high resolution NatGeo images, I found what appears to be...