picture of iceberg that sunk Titanic black marks on the iceberg are lines of paint left behind by the ship If they would have collided with the iceberg head on, there is a good chance that the Titanic would not have sunk
This pocket watch was found on the body of John Starr March, an American sea post clerk assigned to the RMS Titanic. The ocean liner included a crew of five sea post clerks and a cargo of sacks of mail. The watch hands point to stop clocks at the house?
Two of Titanic's engines lie exposed in a gaping cross section of the stern. Draped in "rusticles"--orange stalactites created by iron-eating bacteria--these massive structures, four stories tall, once powered the largest moving man-made object on Earth.
On April Captain W. Wood aboard the steamer S. Etonian photographed a massive iceberg with a distinctive elliptical shape. Two days later, the “unsinkable” Titanic struck an iceberg and sank to bottom of the Atlantic Ocean.