RMS Titanic | Titanic Pages

Welcome aboard Titanic Pages – Titanic History Website, a growing ‘sister website’ of the White Star Line History Website (White Star History).

RMS Titanic, White Star Line’s most famous and tragic ship, was launched on 31st May 1911 at Harland and Wolff, Belfast. At the time of her completion, Titanic was the world’s largest man-made moving object and amongst the most luxurious of ships to have ever been constructed.

On 10th April 1912, Titanic departed Southampton for her maiden voyage to New York. After having left land behind for the last time, Titanic had onboard 2208 people, including rich and famous passengers, and passengers travelling in search of a better life.

On the fourth night of the voyage, Titanic struck an Iceberg and sank within just two hours and forty minutes. Only 712 of the 2208 people survived. The Titanic Pages tells the story of the ship and the people aboard on that fateful night.

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Titanic Pages last updated: 16:21, 13th June 2016. Latest pages added include: David Blair, Titanic's original Second Officer, The real J Dawson aboard Titanic, Frederick Fleet, Reginald Lee, Alfred Evans, Titanic Lookouts and Crow's Nest, Titanic Gymnasium, Titanic Turkish Baths, Elsie Boweman, Grace Bowen, John Borebank, Titanic Postal Workers Memorial, Titanic Videos Titanic Lifeboat 14.

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