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Ship Wreck Gallery

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Choose from 157 pictures in our Ship Wreck collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. Popular choices include Framed Photos, Canvas Prints, Posters and Jigsaw Puzzles. All professionally made for quick delivery.

RMS Republic, SS Florida and wireless-telegraphy room Featured Print

RMS Republic, SS Florida and wireless-telegraphy room

RMS Republic sank on 24rd January 1909, near Nantucket, Massachusetts, after collision with SS Florida had occurred the day before. Republic was issued with the new Marconi wireless telegraph system and became the first ever ship to issue a CQD (Come Quickly, Danger) distress signal, when Jack Binns, the wireless-telegraph operator, transmitted the message for fourteen hours straight amidst the wreck of the wireless office. Images on this page from the Illustrated London News include the Republic sinking after collision; the state of the Florida's bows; the wireless-telegraphy room on the Republic from where Jack Binns sent signals. Date: 1909

© Illustrated London News Ltd/Mary Evans

Some Titanic officers lost in disaster Featured Print

Some Titanic officers lost in disaster

Photograph by AJF Bond of Bodmin of six officers of RMS Olympic taken on the bridge of the ship on the ship's maiden voyage. Some of the men later became crew of the Olympic's sister ship, RMS Titanic, and four were lost when Titanic sank in April 1912. The lost officers were (sitting l to r) Captain Edward J Smith and surgeon Dr William O'Loughlin; (standing far left) First Officer William McMaster Murdoch and (standing second from left) Purser Hugh McElroy (spelt here McIlroy). Standing far right is Officer Robert Hume who was not on the Titanic

© Mary Evans Picture Library/ONSLOW AUCTIONS LIMITED

White Star Line brochure Featured Print

White Star Line brochure

A White Star Line brochure advertising the Olympic and Titanic steamships, comparing their length to some of the tallest buildings in the world. They are higher (longer) than even the New Woolworth Building (750ft high) in New York

© Mary Evans Picture Library/ONSLOW AUCTIONS LIMITED

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