sitemap | help
Click here to access to our stories featuring images from our collections and related materials ranging from Unusual takes, voices to biographies and more. Click here to find a feature debate and other debates related to some of our subjects and topics found with the READ section, please note, you need to be a registered user to participate in debates Click here to browse or search for images and related materials.  Alternatively use the advanced search for more detailed queries. Click here to create your own web galleries using our image collections or to personalise your experience within Ingenious.  Please note that you need to be a registered user to work with the CREATE tools.  Go to the 'Register' link to utilise Ingenious Create Tools Menu Log in Menu Search
Spacer image
Spacer image
SEE See 'The White Star Triple-screw Steamship Olympic', 1911.
Spacer image
'The White Star Triple-screw Steamship Olympic', 1911.
send image as an e-card
Picture Number:10438596
Spacer image
Credit:Science MuseumScience & Society Picture Library
Spacer image
Caption:
The 'Olympic' was the largest vessel in the world at the time. Older sister of the 'Titanic', the Olympic served as a reliable member of the White Star fleet until she was scrapped in 1935 after striking and sinking the famous Nantucket lightship off the eastern coast of the United States. Frontispiece illustration from 'The White Star triple-screw Atlantic liners 'Olympic' and 'Titanic', 45,000 tons : the largest steamships in the world', published in Newcastle-on-Tyne in 1911.
Spacer image
In Collection of: Science & Society Picture Library
Spacer image
Subject(s) > Transport > Water Transport
Spacer image
Related to:
The White Star triple-screw Atlantic liners 'Olympic' and 'Titanic', 45,000 tons
Spacer image
Spacer image
Spacer image
Spacer image