Titanium-base binary alloys containing eutectoid forming additions such as Fe, Si, W, and Cr were rapidly solidified by pendant drop melt extraction, melt spinning, and “hammer and anvil” techniques. The materials obtained were fibers, ribbons, and splats, respectively. The microstructures of these rapidly solidified materials were analyzed by optical microscopy, SEM, and TEM. The fibers showed fine microstructures near the quenched side, but less homogeneous and coarser microstructures were observed away from this side. Similar variations were observed between the edge and the center of splats. The results of this microstructural characterization are discussed, and a comparison made between microstructures obtained by the different rapid solidification methods used.