At the end of the movie, when Rose meets Jack on the Grand Staircase, the time displayed on the clock is the same time the ship sank, at 2:20 AM.
(Source: paulweasley, via robinrocks01)
Well, my re-run is over. I do hope people enjoyed the additions and/or the bits and pieces posted here on tumblr to supplement the story. :3
Ballard, Dr Robert D. (1988) The Discovery of the Titanic. Madison Publishing.
Swift, Michael (2008) The Titanic: The Memorabilia Collection. Green Umbrella Publishing.
Tibballs, Geoff (1997) The Titanic: The Extraordinary Story of the “Unsinkable” Ship. Carlton Books
Cameron, James (dir.) Titanic (1997) 20th Century Fox
National Geographic, Vol. 221, No. 4, April 2012
Horner, James (composer) Titanic: Original Soundtrack (1997) Sony Music
Horner, James (composer) Back to Titanic (1998) Sony Music
Hymn to the Sea - Titanic OST
From the debris field:
One: The brass end of a deck bench
Two: Crockery sits in perfect stacked rows, the shelf beneath them having been eaten away
Three: A cup lies unblemished within the twisted debris
Four: A bathtub and its fittings - speculated to be from Captain’s Smith’s cabin
Unseen Titanic, from the April 2012 edition of National Geographic
Top: The First Class promenade on A Deck
Middle: The single surviving davit on the Boat Deck
Bottom: The Turkish Baths, only discovered on recent dives to the wreck - the art nouveau tiles, submerged in freezing salt water under incredible pressure for over a century, are in perfect condition
Composite images of the bow and stern sections, made up of thousands of individuals photographs, for the April, 2012 edition of National Geographic. The bow is in much better condition than the decimated stern, which imploded as it sank.