Divers Couldn’t Believe What Survived This 340-Year-Old Shipwreck

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Third-Class Cabins Were Hardly Inviting

The third-class cabins were more like a jail cell than sleeping quarters. Thanks to the cramped space, most of the third class passengers spent time elsewhere on the ship. The cabins were located on F Deck and G Deck, which were some of the first to flood.

It also didn’t help that the Titanic began sinking in the early hours of the morning when most third-class passengers had already gone to bed, making their escape even harder.

The image coming up shows a rare glimpse into life for the workers keeping the Titanic afloat.

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