A recent thing that has been going through my mind is: How did the Forward and Aft Tower Debris break away from the Stern? Or better yet, did they break away during the initial break up at the Surface? And their journey to the Bottom?
A quick Rundown of what the "Hull Towers" are:
Hi Y'all. This shall be my final group of photos: the Debris Field.
To the Port of the Stern: Crane 1
Stern Starboard Side Debris
Red and White Tiles (these things are everywhere!)
Surviving Rigging? Perhaps from the Mast, or Funnels?
Behind the Stern, I...
I have recently been trying to look for proper mapping of the Titanic's Debris field (other than the Sonar)
Here's two that I'm interested in:
1. The map from Titanic: The Final Word with James Cameron. While Parks Stephenson talks, this map, with labeling, shows up. However, it is...
In the 1997 Titanic: Anwsers from the Abyss, at 1:08:44, there is a room wit twisted metal, and in the middle looks like like a pillar. Sorry theres no picture, I don't know how to post it. The full documentary is on Youtube. Thanks y'all
Considering that there were guns aboard Titanic, have any been found, or even recovered from, the debris field around the wreck?
I ask this because Lightoller mentioned in his memoirs that when he was swimming away from the sinking ship, the gun in his pocket slowed him down so he got rid of...
As technology for probing the Titanic's debris field becomes more precise and sophisticated, Do you think clothing from some of the already disintegrated bodies might be identified and reveal the owner, or possibly contain further valuable information/insight (as in diaries, notebooks, letters...
For better or for worse, a recent expedition by R.M.S. Titanic Inc. found a new field of debris just south of the Titanic's stern and salvaged some 75 artifacts before returning.
"The field contained mostly remnants of the ship’s first-class A La Carte Restaurant, including the champagne...
This is my first post on these boards, so please treat me gently! ;-)
Last Saturday, I attended a talk at the Science Museum in London (which is hosting an exhibit of Titanic artefacts) where a perfumist recounted the story of how Adolphe Saalfeld's samples of perfumes were recovered...