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Visit to the Titanic Centre Belfast
29, Jul 2014 - 08:06

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The centre is on the site of the shipyard where Titanic was built.


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Early 1900s Belfast - Linen was important there as in Castlebar.


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Setting the scene.


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The Gantry is still there today - a protected structure.


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Interactive displays


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Travel and communication were different in 1912


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Scale model


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Shipyard Rules - take the ride down through the shipyard outlining the construction techniques


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White Star Line posters


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Model of the shipyard


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The menu on board


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40,000 eggs and 15,000 bottles of ale!


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First class cabin


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Cobh - last port of call


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Mary Mangan from Lahardane is highlighted.

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Home to show off her ring - one of the 14 from Lahardane/Addergoole.


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The sad tale of her engagement ring.


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A bird's eye view of the Titanic as she is today split in two half a mile apart this video is viewed through a glass floor.

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Cherbourg

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List of bodies identified.


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Buses bringing more visitors


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Map of the Harbour and shipyards




The Lahardane Titanic Memorial

Strong Mayo Links

Titanic Re-Enactment

Titanic Commemoration in Lahardaun



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