AP Photo/Woods Hole Oceangraphic Inst.
Large icicle-like structures hang from the side of the Titanic seen in one of 12 color slides released Friday, July 19, 1986 by officials of the Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution. Robert Ballard, the expedition leader who led the group that discovered the Titanic's remains last September, said in a ship-to-shore radio report, " coming up on the side of the ship you can see these iron-sicles that hand down like giant icicles of rust."
Gallery: Titanic 100 year anniversary
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The Titanic sunk on April 15, 1912, and has remained a famous incident in world history ever since.