A Statue of Liberty that is green in colour.
We see Rose looking up at the majestic Statue of Liberty, which looks to be green with a golden flame, when she eventually arrives in New York after surviving the disaster. Today, this makes logical sense, but back in 1912, it didn’t. The statue wasn’t actually green back then, but it was closer to its original brown tint. It took almost 35 years for the statue’s hue to change to what it is now. The golden flame, which was added in 1986 to commemorate the statue’s 100th anniversary, was likewise a late addition; the original flame was lit from within.