These 13 Rare Photos Show What Life Was Like Aboard the Titanic
Third class troubles
One wouldn’t expect much by way of amenities in third class on the Titanic, but packing ten people into each cabin wasn’t even the least of their troubles.
If you can believe it, the 700 passengers on the bottom deck had to share just two bathtubs, according to Nat Geo Kids.
Ann Elizabeth Isham was a true hero for refusing to abandon her Great Dane when the ship went down.
That’s amazing. You’re not wrong, 1st class today on an ocean liner, will cost you 2 – 4000 dollars.
As a history teacher and always a Titanic fan, I have been intrigued with this ship and its tragic end. What a shame and what a self pompous desire to throw caution to the wind to attempt to break the Atlantic crossing record at the time.
I wouldn’t leave without my pet, either. Pets are members of the family. The poor dog would have been so frightened without his mistress. They should have let her hold him in one of the boats.
I really enjoyed the photos of life aboard Titanic. Please show more pictures and information about life aboard Titanic. Love reading and looking at all your articles.