The 'New York' being pushed away from the Titanic by tugs. A serious accident was narrowly averted by the action the tugs that prevented the 'New York' from being sucked into the path of the Titanic after the American liner broke its moorings. Titanic, built by Harland & Wolff in Belfast, Ireland, sank off the coast of Newfoundland after striking an iceberg on April 15th 1912. Restriction: exclusion from licensing for Film usage, Television usage, DVD usage and Titanic Exhibition usage without prior written consent.
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