These Real Titanic Photos Are More Riveting Than The Movie

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36. April 14 Lunch Menu

This menu from April 12, 1912 shows the amazing spread that was available for lunch aboard Titanic. The meals features a seemingly endless amount of meats, fishes, finger foods, and specialty items.

This image only shows about half of the menu for the day. The missing half also displayed an assortment of vegetables, cheeses, and offered Munch Lager Beer on draught.

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37. Full Bow of Ship

This amazing image of the entire bow of the ship was captured during a return mission to the wreck of the RMS Titanic, roughly 20 years after it was first discovered.

The mission was launched by the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) in order to study the deterioration of the ship.

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