Haunting pictures of boots and a coat at Titanic wreck site illustrate the human cost of the tragedy 100 years after ship sank
So very sad! The remains of a coat and boots, articulated in the mud on the sea bed near Titanic's stern, are suggestive evidence of where a victim of the disaster came to rest.
Titanic's Belfast launch - unseen pictures
April 2015 - This family photograph album contains wonderful, never before seen images of the Titanic during her launch. Newly discovered photographs of THE TITANIC'S launch taken in May, over 100 years ago.
This photo taken at Titanic’s wreck site displays two windows from first-class cabins. The window on the left leads to Stateroom W, while the window on the right leads to Stateroom U. (AP Photo / RMS Titanic Inc.
Titanic's wreck: The telephone (once on the crow's nest where Fleet and Lee were in the night of the disaster) rests on the sea bed, prior to recovery (Now is in the museum)
The changing of the titanic
Titanic wreck artifacts Still such color.
Titanic's wreck: the Crow's Nest in Now the Nest isn't still there.
Titanic over the years.
A recent photo of the outer wall of the gymnasium on the wreck of Titanic. The gymnasium has collapsed in recent years, with the roof caving in the half the outer walls gone or buckled, but the frames of the arched windows are still evident.
This composite image, released by RMS Titanic Inc., and made from sonar and more than photos taken by unmanned, underwater robots, shows the bow of the Titanic on the bottom of the North Atlantic Ocean.