Excellent Pictures Of Tour of the Titanic

Only the memories of love lost are intact in deep waters

 wet bathyscaphe World 2 lights left bower on a tank of the sunken Titanic.
 In the early morning hours of September 1, 1985 oceanographer Robert Ballard and photographer Emory Kristof found and photographed the remains of the Titanic. Kristof and his team used an underwater search unit and towed sled with a camera in order to make more than 20 thousand personnel, among whom was this shot where you can see right screw the sunken ocean liner.
Surviving the cabin window glass window of Captain Edward J. Smith on the Titanic, which lies at a depth of two and a half miles (four kilometers) in the northern Atlantic Ocean.
 Bathyscaphe Mir-1 light rail on the Titanic.
 Ceramic cup and wreckage from the Titanic are on the bottom of the Atlantic Ocean off the coast of Newfoundland.
 The hole in the right side of the hull - cause of which probably was a collision of the Titanic with the iceberg April 14, 1912. From this blow the ship split in two and sank, resulting in the deaths of 1,5 thousand people.