Titanic route

Route of the Titanic and a possible path for the iceberg

RMS Titanics Route over the North-atlantic ocean from Southampton to New York

Titanics Route on the Atlantic Ocean in 1912

Titanics Route on the Atlantic Ocean in 1912

Titanic Route to Ports: Belfast > Southampton > Cherbourg > Queenstown

See the route Titanic sailed after leaving the shipyard in Belfast for Southampton and New York on her fateful journey.

Before the Titanic’s journey began across the Atlantic, it docked in two different boarding spots: Cherbourg in France, and Queenstown in Ireland.

The Titanic, known for being the largest ship at the time of its maiden voyage, gained notoriety for claiming to being unsinkable.

Interesting theory on why Titanic is still a popular topic

Titanic disaster still an unsinkable tale 100 years later

Previous pinner - some interesting fact about the Titanic as we near its anniversary. It should be noted that these numbers are estimates, as we can never really be sure of precisely how many passengers the Titanic was carrying.

map of titanic route - Google Search

map of titanic route - Google Search

Titanic rout for Union over Evergreen in 4A district title game (video) | The Columbian

Titanic rout for Union over Evergreen in 4A district title game (video)

Titanic rout for Union over Evergreen in district title game (video)

TITANIC | The route of Titanic's maiden voyage, with the coordinates of her sinking

The route of Titanic's maiden voyage, with the coordinates of its sinking

Map of Titanic Route - Yahoo Image Search Results

Map of Titanic Route - Yahoo Image Search Results

Life preserver worn by Titanic survivor Laura Mabel Francatelli on the night the ship sank (1912).

Life preserver worn by Titanic survivor Laura Mabel Francatelli on the night the ship sank What would the world be like if RMS Titanic hadn't sunk

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