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TITANIC'S PRIME MOVER
Titanica!9th July 2007
Samuel Halpern
An Examination of Propulsion and Power...
COLD STARTING THE TITANIC
Titanica!13th January 2018
Stephen Carey
How to start the engines on an ocean liner...
THE SS CALIFORNIAN AND DUNDEE: SCOTLAND’S FORGOTTEN LEVIATHAN
Titanica!19th October 2018
Harland Duzen
Genesis of the ship that 'stood still'...
SPEED AND REVOLUTIONS
Titanica!18th September 2007
Samuel Halpern
Propelling the ship of dreams...
THE LAST LOG OF THE TITANIC
Titanica!31st January 2001
David G. Brown
A reevaluation of the fatal collision....
OLYMPIC & TITANIC : THE PROPELLING MACHINERY
The Shipbuilder
A detailed description of the Titanic's engines, propellers and other equipment, with illustrations....
AN 'OLYMPIC' CLASS PROPULSION SYSTEM
Titanica!25th June 2001
Mark Chirnside
How the White Star Line's greatest ships were propelled....
John Bernard Walker
In our eagerness to make the ocean liner fast and luxurious, we have forgotten to make her safe...
Titanica!31st January 2015
Jim Currie
Another look at that hard right turn......
Filson Young
The classic text of Titanic by Filson Young...
OLYMPIC & TITANIC : WORKING ARRANGEMENTS OF THE SHIPS
The Shipbuilder
The working arrangements on board the Olympic and Titanic are necessarily on a scale in keeping with the great size of the vessels. The number of crew employed on board each ship ...
TITANIC’S CENTRE PROPELLER: THE STEPHEN PIGOTT EVIDENCE
Titanica!26th October 2020
Mark Chirnside
Newly found evidence documents changes to Titanic’s propeller configuration...
OLYMPIC & TITANIC : EVOLUTION OF THE DESIGN
The Shipbuilder
THE evolution of the Atlantic liner of to-day has been one of the most remarkable achievements in the scientific progress and commercial activity of modern times. It is difficult to realize that on...
ON TITANIC'S BRIDGE
Voyage23rd May 2013
Art Braunschweiger
Who did what on Titanic's Bridge?...
CARPATHIA AND THE TITANIC RESCUE
Titanica!6th July 2021
Sir James Bisset
Second Officer of the Carpathia recalls a dramatic night...
TITANIC'S FINAL MANOEUVRE
Titanica!8th February 2003
Captain Lewis Marmaduke Collins
She never was under a port helm? - She did not come on the port helm, Sir - on the starboard helm. ------Titanic’s QM Robert Hitchens to the British enquiry At both inquiries it was ...
THE INFORMATIVE 'MORNING NEWS'
Titanica!12th February 2009
Senan Molony
TWO years after the Titanic, and Captain Lord of the Californian was still pleading his case. There follows a freshly resurrected article – importan...
Senan Molony
Captain Stanley Lord master of the SS Californian, interviewed by Leslie Harrison...
LIGHTOLLER'S TITANIC ACCOUNT Charles Herbert Lightoller
Extract from 'The Titanic and Other Ships'...
OLYMPIC & TITANIC : THE WHITE STAR LINE
The Shipbuilder
THE completion of the immense liner Olympic, to be followed very shortly by the sister ship Titanic, the largest ships in the world, adds yet another triumph of shipbuilding and e...
'THE SHIPBUILDER' SPECIAL EDITION - TABLE OF CONTENTS
The Shipbuilder
Table of contents and illustrations for the special edition, Olympic and Titanic issue, June 1911...
The Gazette, Montreal, 8 May 1909 Maiden Voyage Upholds the Satisfactory Results Achieved on Trial Trip --- ...
HARD A-STARBOARD
Titanica!12th February 2002
Nathan Robison
Reconsidering TitanicÂ’s Encounter with the Iceberg...
THE TUGS AT TITANIC'S DEPARTURE
Titanica!6th February 2005
John P. Eaton
Albert Edward, Hercules, Vulcan, Ajax, Hector Neptune...
FEATURES OF FITTING OUT
Titanica!7th August 2020
Brad Payne
The giant floating crane and the Jackal...
OLYMPIC & TITANIC : REFRIGERATING INSTALLATION
The Shipbuilder
THE refrigerating installation on board the Olympic and Titanic embodies all the latest facilities for efficient cold storage. The ship’s provision rooms, situated aft on th...
OLYMPIC & TITANIC : THE ELECTRICAL EQUIPMENT
The Shipbuilder
Description of electrical arrangements on the Olympic and Titanic...
The Olympic-class liners were fitted with two triple expansion engines, which powered the port and starboard propellers, and a low-pressure turbine, which powered the center propeller.This p...
THE GROUNDING OF TITANIC
Titanica!6th June 2001
David G. Brown and Parks E. Stephenson
Explores the hypothesis that that Titanic grounded on an underwater shelf of the iceberg....
THE MYSTERY OF TITANIC'S CENTRAL PROPELLER
Voyage5th May 2008
Mark Chirnside
...
ARTEFACTS RECOVERED FROM CARPATHIA WRECK Among the items a bridge telegraph and a bronze porthole...
St Ives Times
TRIBUTE TO A KIND HEARTED CAPTAIN...
George Henry Preble
THE WHITE STAR LINE, 1870.-The White Star Line was originally composed of a fleet of fast-sailing American clipper-ships, by the "Champion of the Seas," ...
New York Times20th January 1889
A WHITE STAR STEAMER THAT IS EXPECTED TO BEAT ALL RECORDS---BELFAST, Jan. 19---The new White Star steamer Teutonic was launched thismorning from the Queens Island ya...
North Devon Journal25th April 1912
The battlefields of history offer no more shining episode than the last hours of the Titanic....
WHAT DID THE SURVIVORS SEE OF THE BREAK-UP OF THE TITANIC?
Titanica!15th August 2003
Bill Wormstedt
How many survivors claimed to see the ship break up?...
LIFEBOATS DON'T LIE!
Titanica!13th November 2005
Senan Molony
FEWER and fewer revisionists of the Titanic disaster are now making the overt claim that the Mystery Ship seen off the port bow at the time of the sinking was (as the American and British ...
SIX SECONDS TO DISASTER: THE DEATH OF TITANIC
Titanica!30th December 2011
Jim Currie
The fatal seconds after the iceberg was sighted...
RMS TITANIC 100 YEARS ON
Titanica!15th April 2012
Philip Hind
Why the sinking of the Titanic has etched itself into our consciousness......
OLYMPIC & TITANIC : BUILDING OF THE HULLS
The Shipbuilder
Key aspects in the construction of the Olympic and Titanic hulls...
OLYMPIC ENGINES
La Science et la Vie
From 'La Science et la Vie', June 1913...
Nord-Matin
Gerard COUCKE
Picture by Jean HEMERY On Sunday evening(a), an American movie by Jean Negulesco opened on the 1st channel; it was dedicated to the dramatic sinking of the Titanic which, in the night...
The Times27th April 1903
From Wednesday morning until that of Saturday of last week a party of visitors, which included Sir William White (late Director of Naval Construction), Messrs Moorhouse and Maxwell (General Manager...
New York Times8th January 1907
Service to Channel Ports Also to be Installed by Cunard Line---WILL RIVAL GERMAN BOATS---Mails to Two-thirds of England and All Scotland and Ireland Will BeDelayed by Thi...
New York Times17th May 1907
Adriatic Arrives After a Very Successful Maiden Voyage--- NO JARS ON THE TRIP--- Passengers Give Praise for Smoothness of Voyage on New White Star Liner--- The A...
GIANT SHIPS SOON TO JOIN THE ATLANTIC FLEET
New York Times12th December 1909
Olympic and Titanic, Carrying 5,000 People---12,000 Tons Heavier, 50 Feet Longer Than Any Ship AfloatVISITORS to the commercial capital of Ireland by way of the Victoria Cha...
The Living Age18th February 1911
Today, a floating city; tomorrow, a floating island. No other word is spacious enough for the gigantic ships now coming into existence.Next midsummer the largest ship in the World will ...
Cumberland News20th April 1912
Carlisle and Border men among the CrewMr. Joseph Bell left the district when a youth to serve his apprenticeship as an engineer at the works of Mr. Robert Stephenson, on Tyneside, which were fou...
Racine Journal News24th April 1912
Thought husband safe, or would have died in sea...
Kenosha Telegraph-Courier2nd May 1912
Former Kenosha Woman Who Was on the Titanic Arrives in Racine...
Connaught Telegraph25th May 1912
Flower of Mayo's Youth Sank with Hands Joined on The Titanic Of Fifteen Merry Lads and Colleens Seeking Fortune only Two Arrive The Chicago "Evening World" says:- Of twelve young Iri...
Capt. Haddock Undergoes Five-Day Ordeal Which Would Wreck Most Men's Nerves --- Five Years Is the Outside Limit That Human Endurance Can Resist Such Strain --- At $5...
Chicago Tribune28th October 1913
JUST MISSED TITANIC'S FATE: TEUTONIC VEERS OFF ICEBRGBy Quick Reversal of Engi...
RADIO INTERVIEW WITH ALBERT HORSWILL ...
Fred Leigh
Article Frederick Barrett...
THE FATAL JOURNEY OF THIRD CLASS MEN ON THE TITANIC
Titanica!3rd July 2001
David Gleicher
Was survival or loss determined the Titanic's design?...
RECOLLECTIONS OF TITANIC SURVIVOR EDMOND RYAN
Atlantic Daily Bulletin9th July 2002
Edward Ryan
Notes by survivor Edward Ryan recently found and transcribed...
THE BREAK-UP OF THE TITANIC: VIEWPOINTS AND EVIDENCE
Titanica!9th July 2002
David Gleicher
A detailed discussion of structural failure as the Titanic sank....
LOOKOUTS : THE HUMAN PERSPECTIVE
Titanica!30th April 2003
Captain Laurence V. Wade
The role of the lookouts on the Titanic from the eye of an experienced seaman. ...
1914: MURDOCH SAVES LINER FROM ICEBERG
Titanica!6th February 2004
Senan Molony
Murdoch, in death, re-wrote the seamanship manual for best practice....
NEW YORK (1)
Voyage20th July 2005
(American Line)ex-City of New York, Inman LineAs Titanic left Southampton 10 April 1912, the suction and wave action of her propellers and huge bulk tore New York lo...
SEALED ORDERS
Titanica!23rd December 2005
Helen Churchill Candee
A Titanic survivor's classic tale of love and fate...
A MATTER OF COURSE
Titanica!22nd September 2006
Randy Bryan Bigham
Titanic's Plucky Countess...
A PV SOLVES A PUZZLE
Titanica!13th October 2006
Senan Molony
THE devil is in the detail... and nowhere is that phrase more true than in particular areas of Titanic study.There has been controversy, for instance, over an impression given - ...
WHEN ANIMALS TRAVELLED FIRST CLASS
Voyage10th November 2006
Charles A. Haas
White Star was a serious player in the world of cargo, and the carriage of livestock comprised a significant part of that trade. ...
THE MYSTERY OF MARCH 22, 1909 AND TITANIC’S KEEL-BLOCKS
Titanica!16th January 2010
Brad Payne
When were Titanic's keel blocks laid....
WHAT REALLY SANK THE LUSITANIA NYI, the following lot is among the highlights in Swann's Sept 15 auction of the Eric C. Caren Collection: Sale 2253 Lot 309 WHAT REALLY SANK THE LUSITANIA? (STE...
THE MAN WHO SANK TITANIC
Titanic Review2nd November 2011
Stanley C. Jenkins
Sally Nilsson, Hichen's great-granddaughter, attempts to set the record straight and reveal the true character of the man her family knew....
THE TWO PENNIES : A TRUE STORY FROM THE TITANIC
Titanic Review21st May 2012
Ed Coghlan
Thomas Millar helped to construct the Titanic ...
Titanica!14th September 2017
Jim Currie
Unravelling Titanic Navigation Problems...
THE NEW YORK INCIDENT
Titanica!5th January 2018
Near collision for world's largest ship....
The Sphere
Joseph Scarrott
Able Seaman Joseph Scarrott's Story of the Titanic Sinking...
Dictated to Mrs. Francis because his hands had been frozen.I was sitting in the smoking room with my friends when we heard a grinding sound which caused the ship to tre...
EXPERIENCES OF THE TITANIC DISASTER
Lutheran Woman’s Work
Evocative account of the Titanic disaster by Mrs Becker...
Harland and Wolff, Ltd., Belfast. Shipbuilding in Belfast as aprogressive industry is of comparatively recent growth, and yet there isprobably no commertial [sic] centre more prominently i...
Unidentified Newspaper
Was Reading in Berth When Crash Came....
Marion James
Mrs Ada E BALL (BALLS) nee HALL...
Laura M. Cribb
Laura Cribb's personal account of the sinking of the Titanic...
Voyage
Michael A. Findlay
Mrs. Winnifred Quick VanTongerloo on 4 July 2002, at the Sparrow Hospital in Lansing, Michigan. Mrs. VanTongerloo, aged 98, was one of four remaining survivors of the 1912 Titanic sinking,...
OLYMPIC & TITANIC : TRIALS OF THE OLYMPIC, AND DEPARTURE FROM BELFAST
The Shipbuilder
31st May 1911 saw both the launch of the Titanic and the departure from Belfast of the Olympic...
Hanford Sentinel
Doris Robertson Polley
Searching for one's roots has become a national pastime. What use to take years to research has become much simpler with the use of computers. Genealogy is no longer the sole intellectual occupatio...
Voyage
John P. Eaton
New York, Newfoundland and Halifax Steam Ship Co., Ltd. (C.T. Bowring & Co., Ltd. Managers) Departed St. John’s, Newfoundland 6 April for New York.   On 7 April at...
Frank Blackmarr
Dr Frank Blackmarr's account...
New York Times26th June 1900
J. J. Hill Is the Purchaser of Mrs. Cardeza's Famous Pleasure Craft---The rumored purchase of Mrs. James W. Martinez-Cardeza'a steam yacht Eleanor byPresident J. J. Hill of t...
New York Times7th January 1907
Adriatic, Biggest Ship Yet Built, to Start It in May---SHE WILL CARRY 3,000 SOULS---And Have a Turkish Bath, Plunge, and Orchestra Aboard---Line toLiverpool to Stay....
New York Times12th September 1907
White Star Line Decides to Build Vessel---Speed to be 22 Knots---Special Cable to THE NEW YORK TIMES---LONDON, Sept. 11---A Belfast correspondent telegraphs that Harland &...
New York Times5th November 1909
White Star Liner Stuck Fast Five Hours Till a Tug Hauled Her Off --- The big White Star Line steamship Adriatic, incoming with many cabin passengers, spent five hours early yeste...
New York Times10th July 1910
Work on the White Star's Olympic and Titanic Proceeds RapidlyThe rise and progress of the leviathan liners now building is an absorbing topic of conversation at Belfast...
New York Times10th July 1910
BUILDING OF GIANT LINERS---Work on the White Star's Olympic and Titanic Proceeds Rapidly---Special Correspondence THE NEW YORK TIMES---LONDON, July 2---The rise ...
OLYMPIC'S MAIDEN STOP IN CHERBOURG Note handwritten date: 14 June 1911 (1st stop)...
OLYMPIC ENTERING THOMPSON GRAVING DOCK
The Sphere30th September 1911
Takes 23,000,000 gallons to fill...
New York Times17th February 1912
Patrons, Too, Leave Without Ceremony When Fire Threatens---A small but spectacular fire at 19 and 21 West Thirty-sixth Street shortly after 4 o'clock yesterday afternoon caused...
New York Times16th April 1912
Elected President of International Steam Pump Co. in 1909 --- Benjamin Guggenheim was born in Philadelphia, Oct. 26, 1865, the fifth of the seven sons of Meyer Guggenheim, founder of t...
Washington Times16th April 1912
That Captain Smith believed the Titanic and the Olympic to be absolutely unsinkable is recalled by a man who had a conversation with the veteran commander on a recent voyage of the Olympic....
New York Times16th April 1912
Veteran Commander of Titanic Went Forty Years Without Accident of Any Kind---WHITE STAR'S BEST OFFICER--- Declared Only Recently That He Did Not Believe Modern Ships Could Be S...
Inverness Courier16th April 1912
Early yesterday morning telegrams were received from New York that the Titanic, with passengers and crew, numbering 2358 persons, had on Sunday struck an iceberg in the Atlantic, and was sinking by th...
Western Morning News17th April 1912
From Queenstown, Mr James Hocking, of Fore Street, Devonport, who was one of the Titanic’s second class passengers, wrote to his wife, and in the course of his letter spoke of the splendid accommodati...
Washington Herald19th April 1912
CAPT. R. [sic] H. ROSTRON
The Chief Officer of Carpathia Relates His Thrilling Experiences---SIGHTED AT DAYLIGHT---By CAPT. R. [sic] H. ROSTRON---Statement by the captain of the Cunard steam...
GRAPHIC STORIES OF TITANIC'S SINKING TOLD BY EYEWITNESSES
Brooklyn Daily Eagle19th April 1912
Steward Walter H. Nichols of the Titanic details for The Eagle the Scenes Following the Collision and the Launching of the Lifeboats....
The Toronto Daily Star19th April 1912
-------------------Was in That Last Awful Swirl That Followed When Monster...
Washington Herald19th April 1912
Great Loss of Life Was Due to Their Absence...
Newark Evening News19th April 1912
Days of suspense had been borne by the family and friends of Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Henry Stengel, of 1075 Broad street, and it was with no little apprehension that they waited on the pier for the big Cunarder to dock......
Washington Times19th April 1912
Col. Gracie Describes Scenes on Titanic After the Accident---Last of the survivors to leave the sinking Titanic, Col. Archibald Gracie, of Washington, tells a story of horrible hardship in...
Hudson Dispatch20th April 1912
--------------- Many Men Sacrificed Their Lives in Forming Human Ladder to Help Women and Children to the Lifeboats---To Prevent Frantic Women from Hearing the Shrieks of Their Loved Ones, Those...
Utica Herald-Dispatch20th April 1912
'Mrs. Thorneycroft was in the tenth life boat which carried 55 survivors, the number later increased by six men who were picked up from bits of wreckage and who were nearly exhausted when foun...
Cleveland Plain Dealer20th April 1912
Mrs. Geo. D. Wick, Denies All Evidence That Youngstown Man is LostFirst of Rescued From Titanic Pass Through ClevelandHolding onto what is more than a forlorn hope, when hop...
Boston Daily Globe21st April 1912
Miss Evans Gave Up Place in Boat That a Mother Could Live---Mrs Brown of Acton Tells of Her Rescue Due to Other's Sacrifice---Saved throu...
New York Herald21st April 1912
LADY ROTHES DESCRIBES THE HORROR OF SURVIVORS' CHASE OF PHANTOM LIGHT ...
Chicago American22nd April 1912
Four women who were rescued from the Titanic passed through this city on their way to their Western homes.  They were: Mrs. H. F. Chaffee of Amenia, N. D.; whose husband was drowned; Mrs. Wal...
EDGAR J. MEYER ANOTHER HERO
New York Times23rd April 1912
Helped Mrs. Harris Into a Boat and Died with Her Husband...
Jersey Journal23rd April 1912
A few hours after the Titanic with hundreds of her passengers and crew went down to their ocean grave a letter was received in this city by Miss Sarah Weir of 173 Clendenny Avenue, from her sweetheart, Peter Sloan, chief electrician of the ill-fated steamer. ...
Hudson Observer23rd April 1912
Thomas Percy Oxenham Tells of His Escape from TitanicCRASH SO GREAT HE IS THROWN FROM BERTH...
Burlington Daily Gazette25th April 1912
"It was not a hard shock," said Tenglin, "but my friend and myself, finding the engines stopped, thought, we would go up and investigate. I put on all my clothes but my shoes and we...
Evanston Daily News25th April 1912
Mrs. Mary Hewlitt, of Lucknow, India, Was RescuedFrom the Disabled Craft, Gives Description of DisasterWas Traveling AloneW...
SAFEGUARDING LIFE AT SEA
People's Journal27th April 1912
Hundreds of correspondents have responded to our request for ideas of inventions for safeguarding life at sea. ...
Maidenhead Advertiser29th April 1912
Nellie Walcroft
Sir, I am sending the account of my journey on the Titanic thinking that it will interest those at Maidenhead whom I know. I left Maidenhead on April 9th., stayed in London and cau...
Western Times7th May 1912
Vivid word picture of the Titanic wreck by an Ilfracombe survivor....
Richmond County Country Club, N.Y.:''Dear Dorothy (Ockenden), I was so pleased to receive your letter and to find you had not forgotten me. I had intended writing to you before but I wa...
Dowagiac Daily News10th May 1912
Mr. Bishop relates some interesting things about their experiences aboard the Titanic and after leaving the wrecked ship which had never appeared in print....
Western Times13th May 1912
EXCITING TIMEMiss Susie Webber, second cabin passenger, who was rescued from the “Titanic” send us the following account of her experiences:  &n...
United States Senate Hearings15th May 1912
Enclosed herewith find sworn statement of Imanita Shelley (Mrs. William Shelley) in regard to the Titanic disaster. ...
The Little Sutton Schoolroom was well filled on Friday, when Mr. G. H. Bowker, whose sister was one of the survivors of the Titanic, gave a lecture on the gigantic ship. The Rev. A. H. Rhodes presi...
The Times30th May 1912
BODIES RECOVERED BY THE OCEANIC A letter has been received in Birmingham from Mr Harry C.Church, of Moseley, who was on board the Oceanic on M...
INTERVIEW WITH PHILIP ZENNI
The Dayton Herald13th June 1912
I was in my bunk in the steerage when one of the fellows with whom I was traveling woke me and said the ship had hit something......
The Washington Herald5th December 1912
Titanic Survivor, in Ill Health for Some Time, Expires in New York --- HELPED MANY WOMEN INTO SHIP'S LIFEBOATS --- His Book on "The Truth About the Titanic" W...
First Officer Blair of Majestic Narrowly Escapes Death in Saving Drowning Man --- LOST TO SIGHT IN MIST --- Shouts Directions From the Water to the Crew of a Lifeboat...
New York Times9th May 1913
Majestic's First Officer Dived Overboard after Coal Trimmer Who Attempted Suicide---BUT LIFEBOAT MADE RESCUE---Gift from Passengers for Officer's Deed--Another of Crew who Soug...
New-York Tribune9th May 1913
Passengers Cheer David Blair, Who Risked Life in Fog to Save Fireman---DIVED IN MIDOCEAN---Women Weep as Gallant Sailor and Man for Whom He ...
The Times10th June 1914
Much the most interesting of the personal statements given in answer to questions was made to me by William Clarke, a fireman of Liverpool - actually a survivor of the Titanic disaster - a quiet, ...
New York Times28th January 1917
Hospital Ship Britannic Survivors Say Propellers Killed 45 Men---Several survivors of the hospital ship Britannic, which was sunk in theAegean Sea, were among the cr...
New York Times20th July 1918
215 Saved from Cunard Liner, Which Is Sent Down Off the Coast of Ireland---HIT BY THREE TORPEDOES---Was Bound for an American Port to Take Some More Soldiers to the Other Side...
The Barrier Miner4th May 1934
Annie Caton's 1934 Account...
THE SINKING OF THE TITANIC BY COMMANDER LIGHTOLLER
BBC Radio1st November 1936
CH Lightoller's first-hand account of the sinking of the Titanic...
ANNA KINCAID IS: OLYMPIA'S UNSINKABLE MOLLY BROWN
Sunday Olympian15th April 1962
Louise Wojtech
50 years ago Saturday, April 14, 1912, an Olympia woman, Mrs Anna Kincaid, celebrated her 18th birthday – aboard the luxury liner Titanic....
Coshocton Tribune19th April 1962
Jack V. Fox
Across the span of 50 years, a handsome old lady turned her memory back to the sinking of the great ocean liner Titanic...
Unidentified Newspaper22nd January 1997
SOUTHAMPTON, England -- Edith Haisman, the oldest survivor from the sinking of the Titanic, has died at 100. Mrs. Haisman died Monday at a nursing home in Southampton, 80 miles southwest of ...
UNLISTED PASSENGERS AND CREW
Titanica!10th November 1998
Numerous stories are told of people who were booked on the Titanic but, for one reason or other, failed to travel on her......
THE CALIFORNIAN INCIDENT, A REALITY CHECK
Titanica!8th November 2001
Tracy Smith, Michael H. Standart & Captain Erik D. Wood
Could Captain Lord and the Californian have done more to save the passengers and crew of the Titanic....
ELSIE BOWERMAN: FEMINIST AND BARRISTER
Titanica!18th July 2002
Helena Wojtczak
One of the Titanic's survivors was also a key participant in the movement for womens' suffrage....
WAS THE TITANIC'S RUDDER LARGE ENOUGH?
Titanica!29th September 2002
Captain Charles B. Weeks
There have been several times when the question has been raised about whether the Titanic's rudder was large enough. It has been suggested that if the rudder had been larger she would have tur...
FATHER BROWNE: THE MISSING PHOTOGRAPHS
Titanica!19th January 2004
Senan Molony
Defamation, anonymity and some missing photographs?...
THE THIRD TITANIC INQUIRY - RYAN V. OSNC
Titanica!15th March 2004
Senan Molony
Transcript of Precis Law Report...
ASQUITH AND THE CONSPIRACY TO SINK TITANIC
Titanica!9th July 2004
Senan Molony
“The architect, the owner, and the Captain were partners in an infamous conspiracy to repair their desperate fortunes by sinking the ship and sharing ...
A LAST BRIGHT SHINING LIE
Titanica!24th August 2004
Senan Molony
THEY died, to a man, at their posts; fighting to give the opportunity of life to others until walls of water overcame them. Bunkum. ...
THE MIDDLE WATCH
Titanica!16th September 2004
Senan Molony
...
Voyage26th October 2004
John P. Eaton
GLENDUN (Antrim Iron Ore Co., LTD.) On Sunday, December 10th, 1909, the immense stern framing of Titanic was transported from Darlington Forge Company’...
Voyage30th October 2004
John P. Eaton
Wallasey assisted during Titanic’s sea trials and launch on May 31, 1911 and stood by on her sea trials out of Belfast on 2 April, 1912. Port of Registry:...
DUKE OF ALBANY
Voyage31st October 2004
John P. Eaton
(F. Kemp & Company)The center anchor of the Titanic weighs 15 ½ tons and was fabricated by Messrs. N. Hingley & Sons, Ltd. Of Netherton, Dudley, Worceste...
Voyage2nd November 2004
John P. Eaton
In addition to maneuvering Titanic after launch, Herculaneum also assisted during Titanic’s sea trials out of Belfast on 2 April 1912. ...
Voyage14th November 2004
John P. Eaton
Alexandra Towing Co., Ltd. Alexandra assisted during Titanic’s launch on 31 May, 1911 and during her sea trails...
ROYAL STANDARD
Voyage14th November 2004
John P. Eaton
The story of a White Star liner that struck an iceberg 47 years before the Titanic......
ON THE TRAIL OF 'LUCKY' TOWER
Titanica!16th November 2004
Senan Molony
Titanic legend's most elusive man....
HORNBY - TUG THAT ASSISTED TITANIC AT BELFAST
Voyage5th December 2004
John P. Eaton
May 31, 1911 Assisted following the launch of Titanic April 2, 1912 Assisted Titanic on her sea trials Port of Registry Liverpool ...
JACKAL
Voyage5th December 2004
John P. Eaton
While Titanic was outfitting, Jackal served as an auxiliary vessel moored alongside, her generator providing light and power aboard the ship for the outfitting workers. Also us...
Voyage12th December 2004
John P. Eaton
On October 1911, when Titanic was moved from the deep water wharf to the Alexandra Wharf to clear a convenient mooring for the incoming Olympic, the move was ...
Voyage19th December 2004
John P. Eaton
Kura Steamship Co., Ltd. (Stephens, Sutton & Stephens, Managers.)(Westbound, Bremerhaven to New York via St. John’s Newfoundland) On 18 Marc...
Voyage2nd January 2005
John P. Eaton
Lucigen – Lucigen Steamship Co., (H.E. Moss & Co.) Departed Bremen, Germany 8 March for New York. On 24 March at 46 degrees N, 46 degrees West, en...
Voyage9th January 2005
John P. Eaton
Departed Stockton-on Tees, England 14 March, 1912 on her maiden voyage bound for Louisburg, Nova Scotia, in ballast. During her crossing she was badly damaged by ice and after ...
TITANIC'S CARGO GEAR
Titanica!11th January 2005
Captain Charles B. Weeks
How Titanic's cargo equipment worked. Description of cranes, winches, holds etc....
Voyage16th January 2005
John P. Eaton
Det Forenede Dampskibs Selsk (United Steamship Co.) Departed Emden, Germany for Boston, 13 March. On 3 April at 45 degrees 04'N. by 56 degrees 38'W. saw drifting ice and ic...
Voyage23rd January 2005
John P. Eaton
Samara Steam Ship Samara Co., Ltd. (Maclay & MacIntyre, Managers)Westbound Cardiff to Philadelphia on April 1st at 43 degrees 12’ N. by 45 degrees 14”W. south...
VULCAN
Voyage13th February 2005
John P. Eaton
Vulcan struggling to pull the stern of the New York (left) away from Titanic's port side (Eaton-Haas Collection)...
Voyage20th February 2005
John P. Eaton
One of the tugs that got lines aboard New York and kept her from striking Titanic as the latter was leaving her Southampton dock....
Voyage27th February 2005
John P. Eaton
Call letters: S P G B Port of Registry: Southampton Flag of Registry: British Funnel: Red, b...
Voyage6th March 2005
John P. Eaton
Port of Registry: SouthamptonFlagof Registry: BritishFunnel:Red, black topCompanyflag: Divided by c...
Voyage13th March 2005
Port of Registry: SouthamptonFlag of Registry: BritishFunnel: Red, black topCompany flag: Divided by c...
ARGENTINE TRANSPORT
Voyage20th March 2005
John P. Eaton
Empire Transport Co., Ltd. (Houlder Brothers, Managers)Westbound, Narvik, Norway to Philadelphia. Left Narvik 3 April1912 with a cargo of iron ore. On arrival at the intermediatestop of L...
ARMENIAN
Voyage27th March 2005
John P. Eaton
Cestrian, sister ship to the Armenian, seen here at Harland and Wolff's Belfast yard following...
Voyage12th April 2005
John P. Eaton
European and Brazilian Steam Ship Cp., Ltd. (Petersen and Co., Ltd. Managers)Westbound, Narvik, Norway to Philadelphia via Halifax. Arrived Philadelphia 22 April and reported that on 8 Apr...
Voyage24th April 2005
John P. Eaton
West Hartlepool Steam Navigation Co., Ltd.Port of Registry: West HartlepoolFlag of Registry:  BritishSignal lette...
ROYAL EDWARD
Voyage10th May 2005
John P. Eaton
Canadian Northern Steamships, Ltd.Westbound Avonmouth to Halifax. On 8 April encountered and reported an ice field in the vicinity of the subsequent Titanic disaster site : 42 degrees 50’N,...
CASSANDRA
Voyage23rd May 2005
John P. Eaton
(Donaldson Brothers)On 9 April, while eastbound St. John, New Brunswick to Glasgow, Cassandra transmitted a warning of ice at 43 degrees 38’ N. by 49 degrees 16’ W. which was relayed at...
CALEDONIA
Voyage11th June 2005
John P. Eaton
Anchor LineOn 9 April at 2:55 p.m. Caledonia, eastbound New York-Glasgow, relayed to Bulgaria an ice warning received earlier from Cassandra.P...
Pat Winship
Lightoller biography...
BULGARIA
Voyage24th June 2005
John P. Eaton
(aka Canada,Hercules, Philippines,Drachtenstein)Hamburg-Amerika LineOnTuesday, April 9, while traveling westbound Hamburg-Southampton-Baltimore,received a wirele...
OCEANIC (1)
Voyage11th July 2005
John P. Eaton
White Star LineNot only was Oceanic operated by the same company that operated Titanic, she was also directly associated with Titanic at the beginning of her maiden vo...
NOMADIC
Voyage22nd August 2005
John P. Eaton
The Titanic's tender at Cherbourg...
TRAFFIC
Voyage22nd September 2005
John P. Eaton
On 10 April 1912 Titanic arrived at Cherbourg from Southampton at6:35 p.m. after a voyage of little more than five hours. After takingaboard mail and pasengers she departed at 8:10 p.m. Boarding we...
Voyage12th November 2005
John P. Eaton
Eastbound, St. John, New Brunswick to Liverpool. On 10 April reported heavy ice in the vicinity of an area that was later the disaster site....
BIRMA'S WIRELESS BEARS WITNESS!
Titanica!28th December 2006
Senan Molony
We have struck an iceberg sinking fast!...
RMS TITANIC: THE FUNERALS, MEMORIALS AND LEGACY OF THE LOST PASSENGERS AND HER CREW
Titanica!9th March 2007
Brandon C. Holm
Titanic, a word that conveys a history and numerous amounts of thoughts, ideas. The American Heritage Dictionary, Fourth Edition defines titanic as, “of enormous scope, power, or inf...
ICE:  CLEAR AND ABSENT DANGER
Titanica!14th October 2007
Senan Molony
An argument hewn from ice!...
WILLIAM J. MELLORS
Voyage26th March 2008
Robert L. Bracken
A survivor emerges from the mists of time....
TITANIC : THE SHIP MAGNIFICENT
Titanic Review3rd April 2008
Dave Gittins
Dave Gittins reviews Titanic: The Ship Magnificent, the ambitious two-volume edition that describes the achievement that was "Titanic" in detail as never before....
NOMADIC : THE BELFAST CHILD
Titanic Review25th June 2008
Philip Hind
1987, on the long drive from Italy after a holiday a gawky teenager begged his long-suffering parents to take a detour via Paris. The object of the harried dash through the gridloc...
DEFENDING ERNEST GILL
Titanica!15th November 2008
Richard Krebes
One night in 1994, at the tender age of 14, I sat glued to the TV watching the superb A&E documentary about the Titanic disaster.Having read and heard little of the Lordite claims abo...
WAS THERE REALLY A CURRENT THAT NIGHT?
Titanica!21st January 2009
Jim Currie
Before the days when ships began polluting Earth’s atmosphere with the fumes from burning carbon fuels - before the days when her seas became polluted with the noise of a million propellers ;...
WALTER FRANCIS FREDERICKS : A BIOGRAPHY
Titanica!25th September 2009
David William Fredericks
Personal profile of the Titanic survivor by his great-grandson...
Jim Currie
Recent revelations by the grand daughter of Herbert Lightoller, the most senio...
I WAS SAVED FROM THE TITANIC
Titanica!15th November 2010
Lady Duff Gordon
A vivid eyewitness account of the legendary shipwreck and its aftermath. Edited by Randy Bryan Bigham...
NINETY NINE YEARS AND STILL COUNTING
Titanica!28th April 2011
Jim Currie
Article, using new evidence, re-examines the work of Titanic's navigating oficers in arriving at the erroneous CQD positions and the consequences of the results. ...
ANNA KATHERINE KELLY 1892 - 1969
Titanica!9th September 2011
John Kelly
Anna Katherine Kelly, “Annie Kate,” later to become also known as Sister Patrick Joseph, was born on January 14, 1892 in Cuilmullagh, Lahardane, in Addergoole civil parish, County Mayo,...
TITANIC: THE HINGLEY ANCHORS
Titanica!11th September 2012
Jonathan Smith
The story of Titanic's centre anchor...
TITANIC (3D)
Titanic Review21st September 2012
Stuart Kelly
Stuart Kelly reviews the rereleased 3d 'Titanic' by James Cameron....
R.M.S. TITANIC: FROM A DRAWING TO A SINKING
Titanica!10th September 2013
Luca Marzano
Luca Marzano proposes a hypothetical sinking sequence inspired by the recollection of a young passenger, 17-year-old Jack Thayer....
PIECING TOGETHER A TITANIC PUZZLE
Titanica!21st August 2014
Mike Poirier
The Complex case of Mrs. Cassebeer...
THE TRIALS OF ELOISE HUGHES SMITH
Titanica!25th July 2015
Brandon Whited
The only woman in the world who in just a year's time made her debut, got engaged, married, survived the Titanic, became a widow, and then a mother...
AN ANALYSIS OF TITANIC'S VERTICAL AND LATERAL WATERTIGHT DOORS
Titanica!30th June 2017
Brad Payne
A detailed description of the design and operation of Titanic's watertight doors....
SLADE BROTHERS: THE REAL STORY?
Titanica!1st February 2019
Clive Sweetingham
Why did the three brothers miss the sailing of the Titanic?...
A NIGHT TO FORGET : RENéE HARRIS AND THE TITANIC DISASTER
Titanica!16th June 2019
New book focuses on the forgotten career of Mrs. Henry B. Harris...
Titanica!10th October 2020
Brad Payne
IntroductionThe issue of time on Titanic is not a new topic, and many articles, chapters, and books have tried to tackle it. But what is it about Titanic’s time tha...
A TITANIC MYSTERY: EXPLORING THE ESCAPE OF ROBERT W. DANIEL
Titanica!15th April 2021
Randy Bryan Bigham, Richard Edwards and Brandon Whited
The rescue of one of the Titanic disaster's most prominent first-class survivors ...