Photography on the Titanic

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    Extremely interesting, but I love old photos and had not seen many of these before.
     
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    I took the wifey to see the movie of the titanic when it was first released and all though it was a fictionalized account of the sinking of the titanic, I don't think there was a dry eye in the whole theater.I admit, I had a hard time containing my emotions as well. Thanks for sharing.Very interesting indeed.
     
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    Wow, thank you for posting that. Some incredible photos there!
    I do like reading the books first, but in the movie Titanic, there is a scene I love.
    When the 'old' Rose is describing first stepping onto the Titanic, she says
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    'you could still smell the fresh paint, the linens had never been slept in, and the China had never been used..'
    That's the detail you normally only get in a book. Good movie for such a disaster!
     
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