A menu, dated April 14 1912, shows the luxury food offered up to first-class passengers on the last day on board the RMS Titanic.

The Titanic's Last Lunch

A menu for the last lunch served on board the stricken Titanic is expected to fetch up to when it goes under the hammer. A menu, dated April 14 shows the luxury food offered up to first.

The Grand Staircase is the name sometimes given to the large ornate staircases in the first-class section of the White Star Line liner RMS Titanic, which sank with a great loss of life following a collision with an iceberg in 1912. Considered to be among the most luxurious appointments on the ship, use of the two grand staircases was restricted to first-class passengers. The fore Grand Staircase descends five levels from the Boat Deck to the E Deck with grand appearance, and continues down

grand staircase of the Titanic. It is important to see how the grandness drops as it goes down to third class!

Titanic infographic - cool fact sheet, amazing 711 survived . . .mind-boggling facts!

Titanic infographic - contains interesting facts about the Titanic and how the unsinkable ship sank.

Pictures for the Real Titanic - Titanic 3D RMS Titanic

Pictures for the Real Titanic - Titanic RMS Titanic. A Class table setting in remarkable condition.

Last photo taken of the RMS Titanic – Sailing away from Queenstown, Ireland.

April "Titanic" leaves Queenstown, Ireland and sets sail for New York. Thought to be the last photograph of "Titanic"

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Portfolio of the Week - Simon Scarr

Five interesting and rather spectacular infographics showing, among other things, how the third class passengers were left to rot. (Click images to enlarge)

MaritimeQuest - RMS Titanic (1912) Titanic Memorabilia Page 1

Titanic Cruise Ship Line Metal Sign Ship and Nautical Decor Wall Accent -- More info could be found at the image url.

National Geographic - The first complete views of the legendary wreck: Ethereal views of Titanic's bow offer a comprehensiveness of detail never seen before.

National Geographic features new images of the unseen Titanic

The first complete views of the legendary wreck: Ethereal views of Titanic's bow offer a comprehensiveness of detail never seen before. (Copyright 2012 RMS TITANIC, INC; Produced by AIVL, Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution)

*TITANIC RECOVERY FACTS ~ What would the world be like if RMS Titanic hadn't sunk

*TITANIC RECOVERY FACTS ~ I wonder how they d etermined who everyone was so fast ,to pace them in coffins, bags or on ice?

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