Photos of Titanic salvaged items

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steve maynard

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Can anyone direct me to where i can find a web site with photos of All the items recovered in the 1994 expedition??
 
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steve maynard

Member
Thanks Steve,
I have tried that one, But as you say, Its none too easy.
All the best for your reply,
Steve
 
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Mikael Jonsson

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I read somewhere about a cd with photos of the items and of the wreck. Does anyone know about this?

/mike
 
Cathy Akers-Jordan

Cathy Akers-Jordan

Member
Mike,

The CD is Titanic: An Interactive Journey, published by Europress. It's for Windows 95 or 3.1 and Macintosh. I have a Mac and found my copy at an online Mac software store for $10.

Cathy
 
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Michael Cundiff

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It is a shame that RMSTI did not grant the publication of a second editon to "Les Objects de Titanic", which offers extensive coverage of the '87 artifact retrieval. (You read about them, but did'nt see them in your KAMUDACATOR)

Yo Adrian...let me see you find that one on E-BAY...;-)

However our memories are fond of the '85 discovery of TITANIC (That particular 1 Sept), what can you recall, and perhaps convey your emotional reaction to seeing the artifacts in all their Victorian glory?

Me, I was transfixed at the grocery checkout stand with a TIME magazine ('87) article..."Treasures reclaimed from the deep".

Note: This was the very first the 1st class vase was revealed (red w/gilt handles).

I was taken aback! Never imagined something so spectaclar giving us a second look...

Michael A. Cundiff
USA
 
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Steve Smith

Member
The Europress CD-rom is a good one: Well worth having. Lots of stuff on the background of the ship as well as the salvaged items - and a very good representation of the wreck that you can move round in 3D
 
Jason D. Tiller

Jason D. Tiller

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Member
Hi Steve,

I agree, that CD is a great one to own. Not only have I enjoyed going down to the wreck, but also the Senate inquiry as well.

Best regards,

Jason
Happy
 
JJAstorII

JJAstorII

Member
The red vase with the handles is from the first class lounge. Personally I think it fits nowhere in the decor, but that’s what Robert Ballard says in his first book along with pictures
 
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