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Titanic Historical Society (THS) website is offline! However, below it is available by an archiving website!
Art Station : Dominik Tezyk : 3D computer images of Titanic wreck, and submersibles (also scroll down!).
Art Station : Vasilije Ristovic : 3D computer images of Titanic, other ships, vehicles, etc. (also scroll down!).
Atlantic Liners : Informative on Titanic & many more liners. By the noted maritime author J. Kent Layton.
Belfast Titanic Society (est.1992) : Articles etc., Research and Consultancy. For members CQD magazine.
British Titanic Society (BTS) (est.1987) : Brief historical articles, with photos. Yearly convention for members.
camdesign-interiors.blogspot.co.uk/ 2012/ 04/titanica-remembrance.html
Camdesign Interiors : Great blog entry on Francis ("Frank") Browne's Titanic photos; & much more "Titanic".
Cruise Line History : The amazing story on Francis ("Frank") Browne and his Titanic photos, told in short.
Daily Mail Online : Jason King's stunning Titanic model, 1:100 (9 ft, 2.74 m), crafted from... scrap materials!
Encyclopedia Titanica : The popular noted resource (especially occupants lists & bios). Big forum (public).
Erenow : "Adventures of a Sea Hunter: In Search of Famous Shipwrecks" by James Delgado. (Chapter 5+6.)
Erenow : "The Loss of the S.S.Titanic" by Lawrence Beesley (1877-1967), history teacher, Titanic survivor.
Everything RMS Titanic : Blog, with many image resources of all sorts (with either a caption or a brief story).
Facebook : Encyclopedia Titanica : Group (public) on Titanic, by the noted Encyclopedia Titanica website.
Facebook : The White Star Liners : Group (private) on the "Olympic class" liners: Olympic, Titanic, Britannic.
Facebook : Titanic Enthusiasts : Group (private) by the noted Titanic Historical Society (THS), est.1963.
FX Guide : Article on film making tricks and techniques of the James Cameron movie "Titanic" (19 Dec.1997).
Harland & Wolff (est.11 Apr.1861) : Belfast's builder of Titanic; since 2000s mainly (offshore) engineering.
Hercolano2 : 72 research articles, & also reviews. First scroll past links index. (At page end click Older Posts.)
Hercolano2 : Massive article, by expert Paul Lee, focusing on the first minutes after Titanic hit the iceberg.
hercolano2.blogspot.com/2012/04/ titanic-welin-quadrant-davit-for-double. html
Hercolano2 : "Engineering" weekly, 1Jul.1910: workings of Titanic's & Olympic's new "Quadrant" Welin davit.
HF.RO - Titanic: the ship of dreams and luxury : Educational blog website on varying aspects of Titanic.
hf.ro (older site version; here available by archive.is)
The Titanic Radio Page : Marconi wireless telegraph system. With a chronology on the "disaster" telegrams.
Ireland : Titanic in Belfast : Info on "Titanic" sightseeing, experiences, locations, tours, cafes, hotels, etc.
Ken Marschall : Renowned for his accurate, highly detailed paintings of Titanic. Knows the ship inside & out.
Knox News : 2015, Brynjar Karl Birgisson (12) built Lego "Titanic" 1:34 (26 ft, 7.92 m) & overcame his autism.
liverpoolmuseums.org.uk/search/ titanic/ collections
Merseyside Maritime Museum : Liverpool's museum department on Titanic. (Page with collection index.)
Magnificent Titanic : Blog website on Titanic and also her 2 sisters. Many facts, photos, 3D renderings.
marconicalling.com (offline; here available by archive-it.org)
Marconi Calling : Marconigrams (wireless telegrams) sent before/during/after Titanic's sinking. With images.
marconigraph.com (offline; here available by archive.org)
Marconigraph : Varied in-depth articles and resources on Titanic, and her both sisters, and also Lusitania.
Maritime Belfast (est. 2008) : Belfast industrial & maritime heritage; conservation, education, promotion.
Maritime Museum of the Atlantic (est.1948) : Canada's rich marine history (Titanic!), in Halifax, Nova Scotia.
maritimequest.com/liners/titanic_ page_1. htm
Maritime Quest : Titanic : Broad resource section; data, lists, photos, articles. (Also use links at page end!)
Mark Chirnside's Reception Room : This maritime expert on his books & articles. (Tip: use menu's Sitemap.)
National Archives UK : Titanic : Info, articles, podcasts, memorabilia, database of passengers & crew, etc.
National Museums Northern Ireland : Titanic : Educational info, images, etc. (& PDFs of former web pages).
nmni.com/collections/history/ emigration/ white-star-line-collection
Nat. Mus. N-Ireland : WSL coll. : 7K+ items ex Paul Louden-Brown, FRSA. (Advice: open images in new tab!)
nmni.com/collections/history/ photographs/ harland-and-wolff-collection
National Museums Northern Ireland : H&W coll. : 2,000+ photos, free download, 1900 pixels longest side.
National Museums Northern Ireland : Everything "Titanic". (Check out the upper red and black menu's.)
northatlanticrun.com/olympicauctions. html (offline; here available by archive.org)
North Atlantic Run : Olympic Auctions : Sale "catalogues" (some with photos/prices) on Olympic's outfittings.
novascotia.ca/archives/titanic/ archives. asp?ID=1
Nova Scotia : 1st & 2nd Class pass. lists Titanic (click page nrs!) & diary Clifford Crease (Mackay-Bennett).
Nova Scotia : Fatality Reports, by 4 ships. (Site menu's "Lists of Bodies": click in alphab. list for original docs.)
Paul Lee Titanic Pages : Elaborate historical research articles, f.e. a detailed topic on the ice warnings.
Paul Lee Book Details : Lee's book on SS Californian watching Titanic go down (page end: chapter samples).
RMI : Titanic Facts : 25 short episodes on Titanic. Very informative and interesting. Well told and written.
RMS Titanic : Unseen photos, "hi-res"! (Click top left H&W icon; then, mid page, click red links in yard plan!)
SS Maritime : 1250+ liners articles by historian & author Reuben Goossens. (At page end click Main Index!)
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The Ships List : White Star Line : WSL ships alphabetically. (& Fleets Lists, Ship Wrecks, Ship Rigging.)
The Teacher's Guide : Titanic Timeline : Very detailed timeline on Titanic, as well as the company behind her.
The Yard : Solely about Harland & Wolff shipbuilders and engineers Ltd (Titanic), established 11 Apr.1861.
The Yard : Names : H&W workers' nicknaming, f.e. "Sniper's Nightmare": a co-worker who walks with a limp.
Titanic : News (old; website stagnant per 2012). Photos. Artifacts. Articles (some lengthy). With a forum.
Titanic CAD Plans : Many in-depth build/design research articles (Bob Read DMD); scroll down homepage!
titanic-model.com (offline; here available by archive.org)
Titanic Model (Research & Modeling Ass., TRMA) : Global organization of modelers, experts, historians.
titanic-model.com/db/db-01/db_09.html (offline; here available by archive.org)
Titanic Model : Page on aspects of Titanic construction (Roy Mengot, USA naval defense systems engineer).
titanic-model.com/models/exhibition/ composite/ (offline; here available by archive.org)
Titanic Model : Page on Peter Davies-Garner's very detailed & very large scale model, 1:48 (18 ft, 5.5 m).
Hahn Titanic-Plans : CAD plans for Titanic model makers. Midway homepage click old plans for lots "old"!
titanic-theshipmagnificent.com (offline; here available by archive.org)
Titanic The Ship Magnificent : 2 books by 5 experts (2017). Use upper menus Vol.1 & 2 for chapter snippets!
Titanic Titanic : Information. News. Research. Facts. Array of Titanic topics accessible by category index.
Titanic & Other White Star Line Ships : Plenty of interesting facts, articles & photographs on these subjects.
Titanic and Co : Titanic and some 10 more liners. Extensive resources on almost every thinkable subject.
Titanic Attraction : The oldest & largest Titanic museum attraction(s): "Branson" (MO) & "Pigeon Forge" (TN).
Titanic Belfast (est. 2012) : Museum. Dec 2016, industry+public voted it "World's Leading Tourist Attraction".
Titanic Belfast : Titanic Stories : Educative articles. All except one by historian Paul Louden-Brown, FRSA.
Titanic Belfast : Titanic Stories : Amazing history of 1:32 plan (33 ft, 10.06 m) used in inquiry into the disaster.
Titanic Boat Train Heritage Trust : Restoration project 2 train carriages, similar to the ones used "for" Titanic.
Titanic Branson (MO, USA) : With sister "Pigeon Forge" (TN) the oldest & largest Titanic museum attraction.
Titanic Collector Tony Probst : F.e. launch ticket, lifeboat sign, life jacket, menu card, deck chair, deck plan.
Titanic Covers : Very rare "Titanic"-handstamped envelopes, rerouted due to Titanic's postponed maiden trip.
Titanic Facts : Many quick-reference basics. (One of the "History in Numbers" websites by Dave Fowler.)
Titanic Honor & Glory : 3D computer rendered visualization project on Titanic; both a game and a tour mode.
titanichg.com : youtube.com/user/mdewinkeleer/videos
Titanic Honor & Glory : "Titanic University": a series of short videos, teaching lessons on Titanic subjects.
titanichg.com : youtube.com/watch?v=ey6XGv8ddTI
Titanic Honor & Glory : 3D computer rendered lifelike virtual tour on Titanic. Outstanding. (4min demo)
titanichg.com : youtube.com/watch?v=Gpc1XMupQ5I
Titanic Honor & Glory : 3D computer rendered lifelike virtual tour on Titanic. Outstanding. (7min demo)
titanichg.com : youtube.com/watch?v=Fk1wsEY0HGI
Titanic Honor & Glory : 3D computer rendered lifelike virtual tour on Titanic. Outstanding. (19min demo)
titanichg.com : youtube.com/watch?v=DxbCdTiyAiE
Titanic Honor & Glory : 3D computer rendered lifelike virtual tour on Titanic. Outstanding. (23min demo)
titanichg.com : youtube.com/watch?v=8eVzvWWBnV0
Titanic Honor & Glory : 3D computer rendered lifelike virtual tour on Titanic. Outstanding. (1h 56m demo)
titanichg.com : youtube.com/watch?v=rs9w5bgtJC8
Titanic Honor & Glory : 3D computer rendered REALTIME SINKING of Titanic. Astounding. (2h 41m video)
titanichg.com : youtube.com/watch?v=u0ohTSMcWVY
Titanic Honor & Glory : Father Roberto Pirrone & his 3 "cross-cut" 1:48 models. Stunning. (43min video)
titanichistoricalsociety.org (offline; here available by archive.org)
Titanic Historical Society (THS) (est.1963, USA) : Educative articles. Artifacts museum. "Commutator" mag.
titanichistoricalsociety.org/edward-kamuda-ths-founder/ (offline; here available by archive.org)
Titanic Historical Society (THS) : Page on founder Ed Kamuda, who made us remember Titanic. A must read.
titanichonourandglorylimited.com (yes they made their web address yet even longer by adding "limited")
Titanic Honour & Glory : Scotland's largest Titanic collection. Organizes UK exhibits with own artifacts etc.
Titanic Int. Soc. (TIS) (est.1989 by Michael V. Ralph c.s.) : USA conventions. Etc. Members: journal Voyage.
Titanic Inquiry : The investigation into the disaster. Transcripts of the congressional hearings in US and UK.
Titanic Map (Swiss Titanic Society) : Titanic places worldwide, Google Maps based. (Enlarge map. Zoom in.)
Titanic Model : Art Braunschweiger's build guide of his small yet highly detailed model, 1:350 (30.3 in, 77cm).
Titanic Museum (UK) : Quality collection of artifacts and collectibles on Titanic, Olympic, WSL, H&W, etc.
Titanic News Channel : Titanic & other subjects. Weekly updates. Scroll down left menu for topics & archive.
Titanicology : Samuel Halpern's research. For articles, click "My on-line Titanic..." and "My other Titanic...".
Titanic Pigeon Forge (TN, USA) : With sister "Branson" (MO) the oldest & largest Titanic museum attraction.
Titanic Switch : Deflates theory that Olympic was renamed "Titanic" and was then sunk for insurance money.
Titanic Universe : Everything "Titanic" is here to be discovered: news, facts, photos, videos, articles, etc.
Tony Probst : RMS Titanic : Big private collection of chinaware, onboard letters/postcards/documents, etc.
wikipedia.org/wiki/Passengers_of_ the_ Titanic
Wikipedia : Passengers of the Titanic : Details. Articles. Exhaustive index (records) on all passengers.
Wikipedia : Sinking of the Titanic : Specifically pertaining to all aspects of the historic 1912 catastrophe.
Wikipedia : Titanic : The comprehensive "open source" starting point on Titanic, providing a wealth of info.
Wikipedia : Titanic II : Clive Palmer's planned replica, as a functional ocean liner. Launch expected in 20??.
Wikipedia : Titanic Conspiracy Theories : "Olympic was renamed 'Titanic' and sunk for insurance money."
Bill Wormstedt's Titanic : In-depth articles on various topics. New study: "Abandoning the Titanic [...] Temple".
Wormstedt Titanic Book Site : Searchable archive/index of "Titanic" book publications (before Feb. 2007).
Univ. of Warwick (UK) : Kenneth Mallin's study (1996, 403-page PDF) on Hingley & Sons (Titanic's anchor).
White Star Line Memorial Foundation : 1849 ‑1934 archive of historical data, articles, artifacts, ephemera.
Only known footage, enhanced!, of Titanic (not fully completed): at Thompson drydock, Feb.1912. (2m 14s)
Harland & Wolff's abandoned wharfs and buildings, before demolition. Filmed 1996 by Craig Lee. (60 min)
Rodrigo Piller (Brazil) splendidly filmed his lifelike model of self-made parts, 1:100 (8 7/8 ft, 2.69 m). (7 min)
2016 film at Lightstorm Entertainment: largest ever model 1:20 (44 1/8 ft, 13.45 m), for "Titanic", 1997. (3 min)
TV docu on Titanic's sister: "Olympic: History of the Old Reliable". With build and launch footage! (1h 19m)
Titanic model, 1:30 (29.4 ft, 8.97 m), not "largest" but 3rd largest, by Spanish Titanic Society. 2016. (5 min)
Hydraulic riveting at unidentified workshop. Holes here drilled, rather than punched as for Titanic. (1 min)
Great documentary on the history of Titanic. All but great is the senseless loud background noise. (44 min)
Hydraulic riveting with 100-metric-ton press at modern workshop. Each rivet weighs 3 lb / 1.35 kg. (32 sec)
Audio testimonies by survivors C Lightoller, J Boxhall, E Russell, F Prentice, E MacKenzie, E Hart. (1h 35m)
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