These Real Titanic Photos Are More Riveting Than The Movie

30. The “Great Gantry” at the Shipyard

Far in the background you can see the Titanic being built on the newly constructed giant “Great Gantry” slipway. The location was at the Harland & Wolff Shipyard, and the project used over 11,000 workers.

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31. One of Several Anchors

One of the three anchors still within it’s compartment found at the wreckage in 1985.

The Titanic had three gigantic anchors, each weighing a little over 10 tons for a total of 31 tons.

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Smithsonian Institution
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