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The launching of the Titanic at Harland and Wolf shipyards in Belfast in May, 1911. Construction was completed on 2/04/1912. On its maiden voyage the liner struck an iceberg on 14/04/1912. Of the 2228 passangers and crew aboard only 705 survived. 
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 TENDER VESSEL "IRELAND" AT CORK QUAYS. SOUTH JETHIES VICTORIA QUAY AS PEOPLE TRIED TO SEE THE TITANIC. FURLONGS MILLS CAN BE SEEN IN THE BACKGROUND.
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 ON BOARD THE TITANIC at Queenstown (Cobh), Ireland - STERN - REF. C747/103
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In April, 1912 the RMS Titanic called to the port of Queenstown (Cobh) on her maiden voyage. The pride of the White Star Line arrived at Roche's Point at 11.30 a.m. A total of 123 passangers embarked at Queenstown. Three days later the liner struck an iceberg. Of the 2228 passangers and crew aboard only 705 survived. Picture shows two tenders about to leave Queenstown, carrying cargo and passangers to the doomed liner.
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In April, 1912 the RMS Titanic called to the port of Queenstown (Cobh) on her maiden voyage. The pride of the White Star Line arrived at Roche's Point at 11.30 a.m. A total of 123 passangers embarked at Queenstown. Three days later the liner struck an iceberg. Of the 2228 passangers and crew aboard only 705 survived. Picture shows passangers aboard the tender PS America before boarding the doomed liner at Roches Point.
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The Harland and Wolf shipyards in Belfast when the liner RMS Titanic was under construction. The keel was laid on 31/03/1909 and the ship was completed on 2/04/1912. Ten days later, on its maiden voyage, the liner struck an iceberg. Of the 2228 passangers and crew aboard only 705 survived. 
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433954 
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In April, 1912 the RMS Titanic called to the port of Queenstown (Cobh) on her maiden voyage. The pride of the White Star Line arrived at Roche's Point at 11.30 a.m. A total of 123 passangers embarked at Queenstown. Three days later the liner struck an iceberg. Of the 2228 passangers and crew aboard only 705 survived. Picture shows the tender PS America alongside the doomed liner at Roches Point.
Ref.114/115 11/04/1912
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433952 
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The launching of the Titanic at Harland and Wolf shipyards in Belfast in May, 1911. Construction was completed on 2/04/1912. On its maiden voyage the liner struck an iceberg on 14/04/1912. Of the 2228 passangers and crew aboard only 705 survived. 
Ref.114/115 31/05/1911
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432459 
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In April, 1912 the RMS Titanic called to the port of Queenstown (Cobh) on her maiden voyage. The pride of the White Star Line arrived at Roche's Point at 11.30 a.m. A total of 123 passangers embarked at Queenstown. Three days later the liner struck an iceberg. Of the 2228 passangers and crew aboard only 705 survived. Pictured is Captain Smith, skipper of the Titanic, pictured on the bridge of the liner.
Ref.114/115 11/04/1912
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432458 
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In April, 1912 the RMS Titanic called to the port of Queenstown (Cobh) on her maiden voyage. The pride of the White Star Line arrived at Roche's Point at 11.30 a.m. A total of 123 passangers embarked at Queenstown. Three days later the liner struck an iceberg. Of the 2228 passangers and crew aboard only 705 survived. Picture shows the doomed liner off Roche's Point. 
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 While on its maiden voyage the RMS Titanic arrived at Roches Point to pick up passangers and supplies from Queenstown (Cobh). Picture shows supplies being brought aboard the tender PS America.
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432456 
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In April, 1912 the RMS Titanic called to the port of Queenstown (Cobh) on her maiden voyage. The pride of the White Star Line arrived at Roche's Point at 11.30 a.m. A total of 123 passangers embarked at Queenstown. Three days later the liner struck an iceberg. Of the 2228 passangers and crew aboard only 705 survived. Pictured is Captain Smith (on right), skipper of the Titanic, pictured on board.
Ref.114/115 11/04/1912
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432455 
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In April, 1912 the RMS Titanic called to the port of Queenstown (Cobh) on her maiden voyage. The pride of the White Star Line arrived at Roche's Point at 11.30 a.m. A total of 123 passangers embarked at Queenstown. Three days later the liner struck an iceberg. Of the 2228 passangers and crew aboard only 705 survived. Picture shows the doomed liner off Roche's Point. 
Ref.114/115 11/04/1912
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432454 
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In April, 1912 the RMS Titanic called to the port of Queenstown (Cobh) on her maiden voyage. The pride of the White Star Line arrived at Roche's Point at 11.30 a.m. A total of 123 passangers embarked at Queenstown. Three days later the liner struck an iceberg. Of the 2228 passangers and crew aboard only 705 survived. Picture shows passangers strolling along the deck of the doomed liner off Roche's Point. 
Ref.114/115 11/04/1912
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Loyalist political slogans painted along the side of the the liner RMS Titanic while it was under construction at Harland and Wolf shipyards in Belfast. The keel was laid on 31/03/1909 and the ship was completed on 2/04/1912. Ten days later, on its maiden voyage, the liner struck an iceberg. Of the 2228 passangers and crew aboard only 705 survived. 
Ref.114/115 
Old black and white ships liners disasters
432448 
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In April, 1912 the RMS Titanic called to the port of Queenstown (Cobh) on her maiden voyage. The pride of the White Star Line arrived at Roche's Point at 11.30 a.m. A total of 123 passangers embarked at Queenstown. Three days later the liner struck an iceberg. Of the 2228 passangers and crew aboard only 705 survived. Picture shows passangers strolling along the deck of the doomed liner off Roche's Point. 
Ref.114/115 11/04/1912
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