Old Photographs of the Titanic Restored in Color

R.M.S. Titanic became the world’s largest and most famous ship after its launch on 31 May 1911. Thanks to Russian photo editor Anton Logvynenko who has done a great job to colorize black and white photos of iconic ship for his project Titanic in Color. Logvynenko took original pictures of the ship in different stages of development and bring them to life through authentic color.

The project was actually launched in 2012 to commemorate the 100th anniversary and beautifully cover various stages of the ship’s life. Below we have put together our selection of some of the most beautiful colorized photographs of the Titanic. Check out!

Titanic under construction

Titanic under construction

Titanic alongside the Olympic

Titanic alongside the Olympic

Specially Build Slipways for the Titanic

Specially Build Slipways for the Titanic

Construction of the ships bow

Construction of the ships bow

Titanic leaving Belfast

Titanic leaving Belfast

Titanic left Southampton, England for New York on April 10, 1912

Titanic left Southampton

Entrance hall

Entrance hall

Dutch inspired First-class room B-59

colorized old photographs

First-class dining saloon

Titanic photos restored in color,

First-class room B-38

Titanic in Color

Luxurious, first-class, Café Parisie

Anton Logvynenko

First-class room B-64

black and white photos colorized

first-class smoking room for men

first-class smoking room for men

Ship’s Gymnasium

Ship’s Gymnasium

The Titanic
     Source: Titanic in Color

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