Titanic's Stern Return to Diagram
(Above right image credit: Ghosts of the Abyss - 2003 Disney Pictures)
One hundred and three years underwater has taken it's toll on Titanic's stern. After the ship broke in two, the stern section of the ship literally slammed down on the ocean floor causing massive destruction including a "pan caking" effect on the decks.
(Above image credit: Ghosts of the Abyss - 2003 Disney Pictures)
This is the location where the passengers on the boat deck all ran to as the bow became submerged and the stern of the ship began rising out of the water, just prior to it breaking in half. Note, the entire stern deck railing is missing.
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