AP Photo/Woods Hole Oceangraphic Inst.
Two bollards, used to secure mooring lines, and a railing on the star board side of the Luxury liner Titanic's bow, can be seen in the photograph released in Washington Wednesday, July 30, 1986. Remotely operated cameras deployed from a manned submersible made a 2 1/2 hour descent to the bottom of the North Atlantic Ocean permitting human eyes to see the sunken liner, some 400 miles southeast of Newfound land.
Gallery: Titanic 100 year anniversary
Apr. 13, 2012 @ 06:23 PM
The Titanic sunk on April 15, 1912, and has remained a famous incident in world history ever since.