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Pictured: The Titanic's last lifeboat

The Titanic's last lifeboat: Amazing photos show vessel containing three rotting bodies - including a man still in his dinner jacket - which was found by passing liner a month later and 200 miles away │Daily Mail News

Titanic Fact Cards - Treetop Displays - A set of 28 A5 fact cards that give key and interesting facts about the Titanic and its voyage. Each fact card has a key word header, making this set a fantastic word/ vocabulary bank along with information in abundance! Visit our website for more information and for other printable resources by clicking on the provided links. Designed by teachers for Early Years (EYFS), Key Stage 1 (KS1) and Key Stage 2 (KS2).

Pictured: Stunning photos of the Titanic shown on the base of the ocean nearly 100 years from that fateful night

A lost piece of Titanic history has finally resurfaced after 100 years

Artifact: The plaque was presented following the completion of the famous ship. The bronze and silver plaque was presented to the Irish shipbuilder and former Southampton Mayor, Lord Williams James Pirríe, chairman of Harland and Wolff, during a ceremony in the city on April 9th, 1912

Some of the survivors of the Titanic's crew, still in their lifejackets, tell journalists their tales of that fateful journey.

The scheduled Roman road that runs across the Pennine’s Blackstone Edge Moor, Yorkshire © Mark Moxon