This massive steel door was originally mounted in the side of #Titanic's hull. It was the "front door" for the first-class passengers. Once through this door, passengers would hurry to reserve the best tables in the Dining Room or take the elevators to the Ship's rail and wave farewell to well-wishers on the pier below.
The Big Picture - The Boston Globe
A photograph released by Henry Aldridge & Son/Ho Auction House in Wiltshire, Britain, 18 April 2008, shows an extremely rare Titanic passenger ticket. They were the auctioneers handling the complete collection of the last American Titanic Survivor Miss Lillian Asplund. The collection was comprised of a number of significant items including a pocket watch, one of only a handful of remaining tickets for the Titanic's maiden voyage and the only example of a forward emigration order for the Titanic