11 April 1912

11th April 1912

On This Day

Today at 11.30am - Titanic anchors off Roches Point at the entrance to Cork Harbour. Seven 1st Class passengers disembark and seven 2nd and 113 3rd Class passengers embark from the tenders Ireland and America. One crewman, Fireman John Coffey a native of Queenstown, desserts the ship. At 1.30pm Titanic departed Queenstown. Onboard are an estimated 1,316 passengers, representing about one-half of the ships total passenger capacity on what was classed as low-season on the North Atlantic.

This image, taken by theological student Francis Brown as he left the ship, is one of the last-ever photographs of Titanic before she sank.

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