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Walker - An Unsinkable Titanic (1912) page 045

Walker - An Unsinkable Titanic (1912) page 045

An Unsinkable Titanic, p. 45. Boat Deck of Titanic, Showing, in Black, Plan for Stowing Extra Boats, to Bring Total Accommodations Up to 3,100 Persons

Walker - An Unsinkable Titanic (1912) page 143

Walker - An Unsinkable Titanic (1912) page 143

An Unsinkable Titanic, p. 143. Plan and Longitudinal Section of the Battleship Connecticut

Walker - An Unsinkable Titanic (1912) page 129

Walker - An Unsinkable Titanic (1912) page 129

An Unsinkable Titanic, p. 129. Comparison of Subdivision in Two Famous Ships

Walker - An Unsinkable Titanic (1912) page 013

Walker - An Unsinkable Titanic (1912) page 013

An Unsinkable Titanic, p. 13. Receiving Submarine Signals on the Bridge

Walker - An Unsinkable Titanic (1912) page 087

Walker - An Unsinkable Titanic (1912) page 087

An Unsinkable Titanic, p. 87 Two Extremes in Protection, and a Compromise

Walker - An Unsinkable Titanic (1912) page 125

Walker - An Unsinkable Titanic (1912) page 125

An Unsinkable Titanic, p. 125. The Titanic Struck a Glancing Blow Against an Under-Water Shelf of the Iceberg, Opening up Five Compartments

Walker - An Unsinkable Titanic (1912) page 159

Walker - An Unsinkable Titanic (1912) page 159

Artistic conception of the 65,000-Ton, 23-Knot German vessel Imperator, the Largest Ship Afloat

1st Class Main Dining Room

1st Class Main Dining Room

Photo of the First Class dining room on board the RMS Olympic, Titanic's sister ship.

Walker - An Unsinkable Titanic (1912) page 097

Walker - An Unsinkable Titanic (1912) page 097

An Unsinkable Titanic, p. 97. Olympic, Sister to Titanic, reaching New York on Maiden Voyage

Walker - An Unsinkable Titanic (1912) page 163

Walker - An Unsinkable Titanic (1912) page 163

An Unsinkable Titanic, p. 163 Longitudinal Section and Plan of the Imperator

Walker - An Unsinkable Titanic (1912) page 057

Walker - An Unsinkable Titanic (1912) page 057

An Unsinkable Titanic, p. 57. Diagrams Showing Protective Value of Transverse and Longitudinal Bulkheads, Watertight Decks, and Inner Skin

Walker - An Unsinkable Titanic (1912) page 117

Walker - An Unsinkable Titanic (1912) page 117

An Unsinkable Titanic, p. 117. The Last Photograph of the Titanic, taken as she was leaving Southampton on her maiden voyage. English: Photograph of Titanic's sister ship, RMS Olympic. This image was used at ... More

Walker - An Unsinkable Titanic (1912) page 034 up

Walker - An Unsinkable Titanic (1912) page 034 up

An Unsinkable Titanic, p. 034. Provisioning the Boats During a Boat Drill

Walker - An Unsinkable Titanic (1912) page174

Walker - An Unsinkable Titanic (1912) page174

An Unsinkable Titanic, p. 174. Hold Plan of Kronprinzessin Cecilie. Public domain photograph of architecture design, diagram, drawing, building plan, free to use, no copyright restrictions image - Picryl description

Walker - An Unsinkable Titanic (1912) page 025

Walker - An Unsinkable Titanic (1912) page 025

An Unsinkable Titanic, p. 25.Fire-Drill on a German Liner: Hose from Bellows Supplies Fresh Air to Man with Smoke Helmet

Walker - An Unsinkable Titanic (1912) page 107

Walker - An Unsinkable Titanic (1912) page 107

An Unsinkable Titanic, p. 107. How the Plating of the Inner Bottom of Such a Ship as the Titanic May Be Carried up the Side Frames to Form an Inner Skin

Walker - An Unsinkable Titanic (1912) page 167

Walker - An Unsinkable Titanic (1912) page 167

An Unsinkable Titanic, p. 167. The Rotor, or Rotating Element, of One of the Low-Pressure Turbines of the Imperator

Walker - An Unsinkable Titanic (1912) page 171

Walker - An Unsinkable Titanic (1912) page 171

An Unsinkable Titanic, p. 171. The 26,000-Ton, 23½-Knot Kronprinzessin Cecilie, a Thoroughly Protected Ship

Swimming pool of the RMS Olympic

Swimming pool of the RMS Olympic

Photo of the First Class swimming pool of RMS Olympic, sister ship of the ill-famous RMS Titanic.

Walker - An Unsinkable Titanic (1912) page 053

Walker - An Unsinkable Titanic (1912) page 053

An Unsinkable Titanic, p. 53. Hydraulically-operated, Watertight Door in an Engine-Room Bulkhead

Walker - An Unsinkable Titanic (1912) page 155

Walker - An Unsinkable Titanic (1912) page 155

An Unsinkable Titanic, p. 155 Safety Lies in Subdivision Public domain photograph of Navy warship, free to use, no copyright restrictions image - Picryl description

Walker - An Unsinkable Titanic (1912) page 071

Walker - An Unsinkable Titanic (1912) page 071

An Unsinkable Titanic, p. 71 Great Eastern, 1858; Most Completely Protected Passenger Ship Ever Built

Walker - An Unsinkable Titanic (1912) page 021

Walker - An Unsinkable Titanic (1912) page 021

An Unsinkable Titanic, p. 21 Fire-Drill on a German Liner: Stewards are Closing Door in Fire-Protection Bulkhead

Walker - An Unsinkable Titanic (1912) page 003

Walker - An Unsinkable Titanic (1912) page 003

An Unsinkable Titanic, p. 3. Riveting the Outer Skin on the Frames of a 65,000-Ton Ocean Liner

Walker - An Unsinkable Titanic (1912) page 034 down

Walker - An Unsinkable Titanic (1912) page 034 down

An Unsinkable Titanic, p. 34 Loading and Lowering Boats, Stowed Athwartships

Walker - An Unsinkable Titanic (1912) page 37

Walker - An Unsinkable Titanic (1912) page 37

An Unsinkable Titanic, p. 37. The 44,000-Ton, 25½-Knot Lusitania

Walker - An Unsinkable Titanic (1912) page 007

Walker - An Unsinkable Titanic (1912) page 007

An Unsinkable Titanic, p. 7. Growth of the Transatlantic Steamer from 1840 to 1912

Walker - An Unsinkable Titanic (1912) page 077

Walker - An Unsinkable Titanic (1912) page 077

An Unsinkable Titanic, pp. 77–78 (assembled). Longitudinal Section and Plan of the Great Eastern, 1858.

Walker - An Unsinkable Titanic (1912) page176

Walker - An Unsinkable Titanic (1912) page176

An Unsinkable Titanic, p. 176. Section Through Engine-Room of the Kaiser Wilhelm II, Showing Inner Bottom Carried Up Sides of Ship, to Form Double Skin

Walker - An Unsinkable Titanic (1912) page 083
Walker - An Unsinkable Titanic (1912) page 047

Walker - An Unsinkable Titanic (1912) page 047

An Unsinkable Titanic, p. 47. The Elaborate Installation of Telegraphs, Telephones, Voice-Tubes, etc., on the Bridge of an Ocean Liner

Walker - An Unsinkable Titanic (1912) page 093

Walker - An Unsinkable Titanic (1912) page 093

An Unsinkable Titanic, p. 93. Fifty Years' Decline in Safety Construction

Walker - An Unsinkable Titanic (1912) page 029

Walker - An Unsinkable Titanic (1912) page 029

An Unsinkable Titanic, p. 29. Fire-Drill on a German Liner: Test of Fire-Mains is Made Every Time the Ship is in Port

Walker - An Unsinkable Titanic (1912) page 063

Walker - An Unsinkable Titanic (1912) page 063

An Unsinkable Titanic, p. 63 Closing, from the Bridge, All Watertight Doors Throughout the Ship by Pulling a Lever

Walker - An Unsinkable Titanic (1912) page 103

Walker - An Unsinkable Titanic (1912) page 103

An Unsinkable Titanic, p. 103. The Framing and Some of the Deck Beams of the Imperator, as Seen from Inside the Bow, Before the Outside Plating is Riveted On

Walker - An Unsinkable Titanic (1912) page 149

Walker - An Unsinkable Titanic (1912) page 149

An Unsinkable Titanic, p. 149. Midship Section of a Battleship Public domain scan of settlement or building architecture plan, free to use, no copyright restrictions image - Picryl description

Walker - An Unsinkable Titanic (1912) page 111

Walker - An Unsinkable Titanic (1912) page 111

An Unsinkable Titanic, p. 111. Twenty of the Twenty-nine Boilers of the Titanic Assembled Ready for Placing in the Ship

Walker - An Unsinkable Titanic (1912) frontispiece

Walker - An Unsinkable Titanic (1912) frontispiece

An Unsinkable Titanic, frontispiece Stoke-Hole of a Transatlantic Liner

Walker - An Unsinkable Titanic (1912) page 017

Walker - An Unsinkable Titanic (1912) page 017

An Unsinkable Titanic, p. 17 Taking the Temperature of the Water

Walker - An Unsinkable Titanic (1912) page 066

Walker - An Unsinkable Titanic (1912) page 066

An Unsinkable Titanic, p. 66. A Comparison of Bulkhead Protection in Some Notable Ships

Walker - An Unsinkable Titanic (1912) page 137

Walker - An Unsinkable Titanic (1912) page 137

An Unsinkable Titanic, p. 137. The United States Battleship Kansas Public domain image of a American navy warship of World War One time, no copyright restrictions image - Picryl description