More than 100 years before has sailed by since the luxury steamship RMS Titanic met its catastrophic end in the North Atlantic, plunging two miles to the ocean floor after sideswiping an iceberg during its first ever voyage. Therefore, the intended Port of New York, a deep-sea grave became the pride of the White Star Line’s concluding destination in the early hours of April 15, 1912. It is believed that over 1,500 people lost their lives in this disaster. In the decades since her demise, Titanic has inspired countless books and several notable films and pictures while continuing to make headlines, mainly since the 1985 discovery of her resting place off the coast of Newfoundland. Here you’ve a chance to look into some of unique pictures of Titanic, which is very rare indeed.

Body of RMS Titanic victim aboard rescue vessel CS Minia being made ready for makhift coffin. 1912

Body of RMS Titanic victim aboard rescue vessel CS Minia being made ready for makhift coffin. 1912

Gym aboard the Titanic, c. 1912

Gym aboard the Titanic, c. 1912

Olympic (left) and Titanic (right) at Belfast on March 6th, 1912

Olympic (left) and Titanic (right) at Belfast on March 6th, 1912

Olympic and Titanic, under construction, side by side. Belfast 1910.,

Olympic and Titanic, under construction, side by side. Belfast 1910.,

Olympic and Titanic, under construction, side by side. Belfast 1910

Olympic and Titanic, under construction, side by side. Belfast 1910

One of Titanic’s Lifeboats Paddling Toward Rescue, the RMS Carpathia. April 15, 1912

One of Titanic’s Lifeboats Paddling Toward Rescue, the RMS Carpathia. April 15, 1912

People in Southampton checking the Titanic survivor list posted outside the White Star Line office. April, 1912

People in Southampton checking the Titanic survivor list posted outside the White Star Line office. April, 1912

Priest praying over Titanic victims before they are buried at sea

Priest praying over Titanic victims before they are buried at sea

Propellers of The Titanic c. 1912

Propellers of The Titanic c. 1912

RMS Titanic as she leaves Southampton on her maiden voyage (April 10, 1912)

RMS Titanic as she leaves Southampton on her maiden voyage (April 10, 1912)

Surviving crew members of the Titanic, New York, 1912

Surviving crew members of the Titanic, New York, 1912

The dining room on the Titanic, 1912

The dining room on the Titanic, 1912

The iceberg that sank the Titanic, 1912

The iceberg that sank the Titanic, 1912

The last image taken of The Titanic, 1912

The last image taken of The Titanic, 1912

The Titanic in dry dock. Here you can see the scale of the person standing next to one of the propellers, 1912

The Titanic in dry dock. Here you can see the scale of the person standing next to one of the propellers, 1912

Titanic 1912

Titanic 1912

Titanic lifeboat D, awaiting rescue by the RMS Carpathia

Titanic lifeboat D, awaiting rescue by the RMS Carpathia

Titanic lifeboat next to the Carpathia. April 15, 1912

Titanic lifeboat next to the Carpathia. April 15, 1912

Titanic Prepares to Leave Port. 1912

Titanic Prepares to Leave Port. 1912

Titanic ready for launch, 1911

Titanic ready for launch, 1911

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