Σπάνιες εικόνες από το γυμναστήριο του Τιτανικού

30 Απριλίου, 2015 8:37 ΜΜ
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Οι ενδιαφέρουσες φωτογραφίες που ακολουθούν, αποκαλύπτουν μια πλευρά του Τιτανικού που δεν είχε γίνει ιδιαίτερα γνωστή μέχρι τώρα.

Σε αυτές φαίνονται οι επιβάτες του Τιτανικού την ώρα που γυμνάζονται, ενώ υπάρχει πληθώρα οργάνων γυμναστικής τα οποία θεωρούνταν κορυφαία για την εποχή τους.

Το γυμναστήριο ήταν διαθέσιμο για τους επιβάτες της πρώτης θέσης και οι ώρες λειτουργίας του ήταν 9.00 – 12.00 για τις γυναίκες και 14.00 – 18.00 για τους άνδρες.

 

The First Class gymnasium on board the Titanic, photographed in March 1912. On the fateful night of 14th April 1912 when the ship struck an iceberg, the physical instructor Mr TW McCauley remained at his post and went down with the ship.  (Photo by Popperfoto/Getty Images)

 

 

Two women using the cycle machine in the gym on board the Homeric Liner, taken over from the Germans by White Star.   (Photo by Topical Press Agency/Getty Images)

Gym Of The Neptunia Transatlantic. 1930. (Photo by: TCI/EyeOn/UIG via Getty Images)

Victoria Motorship. Gym. 1930. (Photo by: TCI/EyeOn/UIG via Getty Images)

Gym Of The Victoria Transatlantic. 1930. (Photo by: TCI/EyeOn/UIG via Getty Images)

A photograph of the Gymnasium on the Titanic, Passengers could ride on a mechanically-worked saddle or exercise 'as if in a racing skiff'. Titanic was built by Harland & Wolff in Belfast Ireland during 1910 - 1911, and sank on 15th April, 1912, after striking an iceberg off the coast of Newfoundland during her maiden voyage from Southampton, England to New York, USA, with the loss of 1,522 passengers and crew. (Photo by Universal Images Group/Getty Images)

21st February 1911:  Edwardians riding exercise bikes whilst wearing day clothes in a gymnasium on board the Cunard line liner, Franconia RMS.  (Photo by Topical Press Agency/Getty Images)

Passengers on the Canadian Pacific liner Duchess of Bedford keep fit in the ship's gymnasium, December 1931.   (Photo by Topical Press Agency/Getty Images)

Victoria Motorship. Gym. 1930. (Photo by: TCI/EyeOn/UIG via Getty Images)

A young woman passenger enjoying herself riding the electric horse in the gym on the liner SS Bermuda, mid 1920s. (Photo by Underwood Archives/Getty Images)

A photograph of passengers using 'cycle racing machines' in the gymnasium, which enabled the passengers to enjoy a variety of exercise on board. Titanic was built by Harland & Wolff in Belfast Ireland during 1910 - 1911, and sank on 15th April, 1912, after striking an iceberg off the coast of Newfoundland during her maiden voyage from Southampton, England to New York, USA, with the loss of 1,522 passengers and crew. (Photo by Universal Images Group/Getty Images)

A woman using a piece of apparatus in the gymnasium of the ocean liner S.S Bremen in the 1930's. (Photo by FPG/Getty Images)

Around 1932, at the time of the installation of the English liner QUEEN MARY, workmen in the gymnasium of the ship are setting up exercise bikes with an enormous meter indicating the distance covered. Vers 1932, au moment de l'aménagement du paquebot anglais QUEEN MARY, des ouvriers mettent en place dans le gymnase du navire, des vélos d'appartement avec un énorme compteur indiquant la distance parcourue.

Gym Of The First Class On The Liner Vulcania. 1930. (Photo by: TCI/EyeOn/UIG via Getty Images)

Passengers working out in the gym of the Cunard cruise liner Franconia, which was destroyed by a U-boat in 1916. Amongst the equipment is a punchbag and an early cycling machine.   (Photo by Topical Press Agency/Getty Images)

Passengers on the Canadian Pacific liner Duchess of Bedford keep fit in the ship's gymnasium, with the help of a riding machine.   (Photo by Douglas Miller/Getty Images)

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