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The Titanic: 100 Years Later

A century later, the Titanic is still a worldwide obsession. Revisit its port of departure in Belfast and the largest permanent exhibits in the US, as we remember the "Ship of Dreams."

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Photography by leannetpf, flickr

The Southampton Maritime Museum hosts a permanent exhibition on the Titanic’s crew. Visitors can find out about the Titanic crew’s roles onboard and their personal stories. The museum collection also includes audio of crewmember’s memories of the night the Titanic struck the iceberg.

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