Second Officer C.H.Lightoller
- Life in Photographs


Undated image of a young Lightoller in a merchant marine officer uniform.

Lightoller as a young merchant marine officer, about 20 years old, c.1894.

Lightoller in Royal Naval uniform.

Lightoller on the Medic in Melbourne 1900.

Second officer Lightoller on the Oceanic, 8 May 1909.

Lightoller aboard the Oceanic, 1910, on the bridge.

A portrait of Lightoller.

With sons Trevor and Roger c.1911

Lightoller at Titanic's gangway in Queenstown, Ireland, April 11th, 1912. Lightoller is apparently still wearing his first officer's stripes (two stripes).

Lightoller aboard the Carpathia after being rescued.

An artist's sketch of Lightoller testifying before the Senate Committee

Lightoller after returning to England, 1912, when posing with the other surviving officers.

At the same studio session with other officers, Lightoller is also seen smiling.

Lightoller appearing at the British Inquiry in London.

Lightoller appearing at the British Inquiry in London.

Lightoller is smoking a pipe, waiting at the British Inquiry in London.

Lightoller photographed in August 1912 while serving as First Officer on board White Star's R.M.S. Majestic

Undated photograph of Lightoller in uniform

In 1933 with family.

Lightoller in 1934 with family in Hadley Woods, near London.

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Undated mug shot of Lightoller
in his later years.

Lightoller seen again with his pipe in later years.

Lightoller aboard his motor-yacht, the Sundowner.

Lightoller aboard his motor-yacht, the Sundowner

Lightoller aboard his motor-yacht, the Sundowner

Lightoller shortly after Dunkirk, on the Sundowner.

Lightoller in 1944 as skipper of a small armed vessel on patrol during WWII.

Lightoller in command of a sailing vessel of the Admiralty Small Vessels Pool.