London based photo library Mary Evans have made available a rare and unusual photograph (above) of ill-fated passenger liner, RMS Titanic he photograph shows the ship alongside its sister vessel, RMS Olympic, in the Harland and Wolff shipyard in Belfast, Ireland in March 1912. The Olympic, on the right of the picture, is seen alongside a floating crane, having floated out of dry dock while Titanic, on the left, floated into dry dock — all on one tide on 6th March 1912. The fact that there was only a one-hour window in which to capture the two vessels together following construction, makes this a picture of a unique moment in the ship’s story.
Quick reference: ME Picture No. 10578146 – see more photo details at Mary Evans here