Titanic pump house, Belfast

Chris Millar

London, United Kingdom

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CHALLENGE WINNER: “Celtic Realm” – 30JUN2012
FEATURED: “100-499 Viewings” – 01JAN2012
FEATURED: “Architecture of the British Isles” – 23SEP2012
TOP 10 CHALLENGE WINNER: “All Things Twin” – 04APR2013
TOP 10 CHALLENGE WINNER: “A Love of Boats” – 18APR2013

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Titanic’s dry dock was the largest dry dock ever constructed, and it represented the pinnacle of Edwardian engineering. By the Titanic’s birthplace, this is what her builders would have seen as they stood here. From the huge Thompson Dry Dock to the stunning Pump-house with the original engineering works that operated the dock, everything here is almost exactly as it was when Titanic glided in to the dock almost a century ago.

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