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This vintage Maritime History photo features the RMS Titanic’s propellers, as the ship sits in dry dock. Photo taken prior to launch, May 31, 1911.

This vintage Maritime History photo features the RMS Titanic’s propellers, as the ship sits in dry dock. Photo taken prior to launch, May 31, 1911.

The Titanic's propellers in the Thompson Graving Dock of Harland & Wolff, Belfast, Ireland, 1910-11 (photo), English Photographer, (20th century) / Private Collection / Prismatic Pictures / Bridgeman Images

The Titanic's propellers in the Thompson Graving Dock of Harland & Wolff, Belfast, Ireland, 1910-11 (photo), English Photographer, (20th century) / Private Collection / Prismatic Pictures / Bridgeman Images

As high as an eleven story building and nearly four city blocks long, the Titanic was one of the largest and most magnificent ships in the world (photographed April

This picture from 1912 shows shipbuilders underneath one of the Titanic's propellers.

This picture from 1912 shows shipbuilders underneath one of the Titanic's propellers.

Propeller from the Shipwreck of the Titanic: A propeller from the shipwreck of the Titanic. (Photo Credit: Ralph White/CORBIS)

Propeller from the Shipwreck of the Titanic: A propeller from the shipwreck of the Titanic. (Photo Credit: Ralph White/CORBIS)

Titanic's four funnels were constructed away from the site and were then transported to the shipyard for putting on the Titanic. Only three of the funnels were used to expel smoke and waste gasses. The fourth was added to make the ship look more powerful  Titanic had three propellers which were powered by steam. The rotation of the propellers powered the ship through the sea.  Titanic was launched in 1911.  The next ten months were spent completing the interior of the ship. Details and…

Titanic's four funnels were constructed away from the site and were then transported to the shipyard for putting on the Titanic. Only three of the funnels were used to expel smoke and waste gasses. The fourth was added to make the ship look more powerful Titanic had three propellers which were powered by steam. The rotation of the propellers powered the ship through the sea. Titanic was launched in 1911. The next ten months were spent completing the interior of the ship. Details and…

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