Titanic's Fog Horn

Alex Clark

Alex Clark

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That’s an excellent video. The background sounds are interesting too, assuming they were recorded in situ and not afterwards as is sometimes the case. It’s not often such ordinary chatter etc is captured in film of this period. It’s also interesting to see just how close people on the pier could get to the ship’s side as she moved off.
 
DerpyPossum_Official

DerpyPossum_Official

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dont't be a rivet counter, foghorn/whistle. pedantic. ships foghorns/whistles were for use mainly in fog or low visibility. ergo foghorn. one other question, how is steam dry? steam is hot evaporating water, water ain't dry.
what’s wrong with being a rivet-counter? Sorry if we want to get things right...
 
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