A rare image showing Titanic’s name on her stern, taken while at anchor near Queenstown. As was explained to me years ago, Titanic’s yellow-painted lettering and sheer line rarely show well in photographs due to the orthochromatic nature of black and white film in those days (warm colors photographed dark). This explains the inexplicably dark shade of her buff-colored funnels in most photos, as well. Interestingly, as black-and-white film improved and became better balanced, Olympic’s funnels "lightened" dramatically in her later years. (The Cork Examiner)