Fitting out Titanic

Titanic fitting-out at the deepwater wharf early in 1912Titanic fitting-out at the deepwater wharf early in 1912.

Even without her fourth ‘dummy’ funnel, added to maintain the ship’s elegant lines, Titanic dominates this industrial landscape.

Harland & Wolff's huge floating crane, for lifting equipment on board, is berthed between the ship and the wharf.  Two long gangways connect the ship to the shore. 

If you look closely, you’ll see the workers' ‘heads’ or lavatories, fitted clear of Titanic’s bow on the left hand side of the photograph.
 

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TITANICa The Exhibition is on display the the Ulster Folk & Transport Museum, Cultra. Click here for opening times, how to get here and admission prices.

 

Titanic Exhibition

The Titanic exhibition is housed in the Transport galleries at the Ulster Folk & Transport Museum, Cultra. You can also experience "TITANICa The People's Story in the Outdoor Folk Museum.

Click here for more information on the 500 artefacts on display and also the Ultimate Living History experience.

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