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May 9, 2012 | 3 Comments » | Topics: History, Pics
The “Titanic” photo is not of the “RMS Titanic” that sunk 15 April 1912.
1) the RMS Titanic had a “straight” bow while the ship in the photo has a “curved” bow.
2) The fourth (aft) funnel was not connected to the steam engine exhaust, so no smoke can exit from it.
Not a Titanic aficionado but if the perspective of the photo is the starboard quarter then both your points could be true.
Hey Luigi, If you look closley @ the pic you will notice that no smoke is coming from the 4th stack. I’m sure that the pic from the Starboard Aft quarter really doesnt show the bow all that well. The only other ship of that period to resemble the Titanic was the Lusitania. I’m betting this IS the titanic.