The RMS Titanic became the world’s largest ship when it launched in May 1911. As such, it was well documented in photographs between that day and when it embarked on its fateful voyage in mid-April 1912.
Russian photo editing guru Anton Logvynenko has breathed new life into many of these old photographs through his project Titanic in Color. The series consists of a number of 1912 images of the massive ship, with color added to show what the scenes might have actually looked like at the time to the photographers.
The images cover various stages of the ship’s life, and offer glimpses at different areas inside and outside the ship.
Here are some colorized photographs showing some interior spaces found in the Titanic:
Want to see more of Logvynenko’s work? Add the Titanic in Color website to your browser bookmarks — it’s down at the moment, but hopefully it’ll be back up shortly.
Image credits: Photograph colorizations by Anton Logvynenko