It's been a while since I've shared anything from ThorNews, but this article caught my eye about the fascinating restoration of a 9th century Viking [...]
After this painting was completed, this ship went on to an illustrious and historic career hauling dead meat across the Pacific.
The beautiful Aquitania had a long career on the North Atlantic during which she steamed 3 million miles and made over 400 crossings.
This bedroom from a Japanese passenger liner shows the luxury in which the globetrotting set could cross the Pacific in the 1930s.
On January 13, 1840, one of the earliest mass transportation disasters of the industrial age claimed 139 lives off the coast of Long Island. Why did it happen?
This beautiful nautical painting depicts a real event, a little-known steamship disaster of the late 19th century.
Two of the greatest-ever ocean liners are about to be sent to the scrap yards.
Burned, blown up, hijacked, bankrupted, and finally sunk...ships don't get much unluckier than this one.
Your table is ready aboard the Great Eastern. Hope you're not in a hurry!
This beautiful room says a lot about the insecurity of Germany in the years before World War I.