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Whilst the “Titanic” was making way past Portsmouth Father Frank Browne captured this poignant image of a lone ship's officer walking along “A” deck with his back to

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Last picture of the TItanic leaving Queenstown (Cobh), Ireland on her maiden voyage to New York, April 1912 how eerie

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A photo of the Titanic’s gymnasium, which include a punching bag, a rowing machine, and exercise bikes.

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Six year old Robert Douglas Spedden playing with his spinning top, watched by his father Frederic on the Titanic.

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The Titanic didn’t just send hundreds of its passengers to the bottom of the ocean—it also took all the evidence of what life was like on board for the ill-fated travelers. Or at least it would have, were it not for Francis Browne.

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Passengers and cargo boarding the Titanic -

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Inside double page spread of the Daily Sketch, Thursday April featuring many of Frank Browne's pictures.

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Inspection of signal lamps aboard a tender used to ferry passengers to the Titanic,

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A Titanic utasának fotói a fedélzetről

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The cover of the Daily Sketch, Thursday April This newspaper made extensive use of Frank Browne's pictures, bringing him overnight fame.

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