The 14th of April would have been on a Sunday in 1912 and all classes on board would be enjoying a morning church service, first class service was led by the captain. after you would have walked up the Grand Stair Case that went from E-deck to the Boat deck if you didn’t want to walk up the stairs you could take the lifts (what we call elevators). Titanic was the first ship to have these and were located behind the Stair case you could take them from A-deck to D-deck. Today would be her third day out at sea and it was also a chilly day for April in the Atlantic. So far smooth sailing and Titanic will arrive in New York on April 17th
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The 14th of April would have been on a Sunday in 1912 and all classes on board would be enjoying a morning church service, first class service was led by the captain. after you would have walked up the Grand Stair Case that went from E-deck to the Boat deck if you didn’t want to walk up the stairs you could take the lifts (what we call elevators). Titanic was the first ship to have these and were located behind the Stair case you could take them from A-deck to D-deck. Today would be her third day out at sea and it was also a chilly day for April in the Atlantic. So far smooth sailing and Titanic will arrive in New York on April 17th
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The 14th of April would have been on a Sunday in 1912 and all classes on board would be enjoying a morning church service, first class service was led by the captain. after you would have walked up the Grand Stair Case that went from E-deck to the Boat deck if you didn’t want to walk up the stairs you could take the lifts (what we call elevators). Titanic was the first ship to have these and were located behind the Stair case you could take them from A-deck to D-deck. Today would be her third day out at sea and it was also a chilly day for April in the Atlantic. So far smooth sailing and Titanic will arrive in New York on April 17th
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The 14th of April would have been on a Sunday in 1912 and all classes on board would be enjoying a morning church service, first class service was led by the captain. after you would have walked up the Grand Stair Case that went from E-deck to the Boat deck if you didn’t want to walk up the stairs you could take the lifts (what we call elevators). Titanic was the first ship to have these and were located behind the Stair case you could take them from A-deck to D-deck. Today would be her third day out at sea and it was also a chilly day for April in the Atlantic. So far smooth sailing and Titanic will arrive in New York on April 17th
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The 14th of April would have been on a Sunday in 1912 and all classes on board would be enjoying a morning church service, first class service was led by the captain. after you would have walked up the Grand Stair Case that went from E-deck to the Boat deck if you didn’t want to walk up the stairs you could take the lifts (what we call elevators). Titanic was the first ship to have these and were located behind the Stair case you could take them from A-deck to D-deck. Today would be her third day out at sea and it was also a chilly day for April in the Atlantic. So far smooth sailing and Titanic will arrive in New York on April 17th
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The 14th of April would have been on a Sunday in 1912 and all classes on board would be enjoying a morning church service, first class service was led by the captain. after you would have walked up the Grand Stair Case that went from E-deck to the Boat deck if you didn’t want to walk up the stairs you could take the lifts (what we call elevators). Titanic was the first ship to have these and were located behind the Stair case you could take them from A-deck to D-deck. Today would be her third day out at sea and it was also a chilly day for April in the Atlantic. So far smooth sailing and Titanic will arrive in New York on April 17th

Just got three new eye peaces for my telescope! And got them at a real good price as it was at our society silent action. :) #astronomy #boiseastronomical #stars #telescope #happy #itsfullofstars

Just got three new eye peaces for my telescope! And got them at a real good price as it was at our society silent action. :) #astronomy #boiseastronomical #stars #telescope #happy #itsfullofstars

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More huge numbers! This is Titanic Deconstructed, a neat two-minute video detailing every fact and figure you could want to know about RMS Titanic.

Today Titanic is anchored at Cherbourg France. The small ferry boat you see in the picture is the Normandy which is the only white star boat left today, and now has been restored to it former glory. Also a Cherbourg a woman came aboard named Margaret Brown history would call her the unsinkable Molly Brown.
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Today Titanic is anchored at Cherbourg France. The small ferry boat you see in the picture is the Normandy which is the only white star boat left today, and now has been restored to it former glory. Also a Cherbourg a woman came aboard named Margaret Brown history would call her the unsinkable Molly Brown.
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Today Titanic is anchored at Cherbourg France. The small ferry boat you see in the picture is the Normandy which is the only white star boat left today, and now has been restored to it former glory. Also a Cherbourg a woman came aboard named Margaret Brown history would call her the unsinkable Molly Brown.

Today at 12 noon Titanic sets sail! She will be leaving Southampton behind, and will sail across the English Channel to Cherbourg France. She is captained by Edward J. Smith.  She is the largest moving object ever made by the hand of man.
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Today at 12 noon Titanic sets sail! She will be leaving Southampton behind, and will sail across the English Channel to Cherbourg France. She is captained by Edward J. Smith.  She is the largest moving object ever made by the hand of man.
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Today at 12 noon Titanic sets sail! She will be leaving Southampton behind, and will sail across the English Channel to Cherbourg France. She is captained by Edward J. Smith.  She is the largest moving object ever made by the hand of man.
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Today at 12 noon Titanic sets sail! She will be leaving Southampton behind, and will sail across the English Channel to Cherbourg France. She is captained by Edward J. Smith. She is the largest moving object ever made by the hand of man.