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Titanic Was Built Here Sign At Harland & Wolff

Titanic Was Built Here Sign At Harland & Wolff Popular
Description: 7.5 years since 4/Dec/2004
Close up of the sign on Main Office building, declaring that Titanic was built nearby. Only evidence Titanic was built here, nothing else to show for the most famous ship in history.
Slipways where Titanic, Olympic and Britannic were built are out of bounds to public (nothing there except empty tarmac, anyway).
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Last Update: 2012/5/5 10:47   Hits: 10658   Comments: 0  

Category Belfast

1:87 (HO Scale) TITANIC built 1985-89

1:87 (HO Scale) TITANIC built 1985-89Popular
Description: This model was scratchbuilt before the internet using existing 1:350 and 1:700 scale models as a reference and manually "mapping" B&W photos and mechanical drawings from the 1911 Shipbuilder.
Submitter :Guest
Last Update: 2012/4/26 6:03   Hits: 15577   Comments: 0  

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1/16" Titanic Model by Bassett-Lowke Northampton

1/16" Titanic Model by Bassett-Lowke NorthamptonPopular
Description: Vectis Auctions Ltd intends to Auction this Titanic Scale Model on behalf of its owners on May 16th 2012 at the Vectis Auction house in Thornaby, Stockton-on Tees, England.

Since UK Professional Toy & Model industry have been gradually shifting east and remaining professional model makers in the UK are being pressured by the economic down turn. Whilst authentic UK models in such pristine condition are harder to find by the day,

Economic prospects of owning an antique Titanic artifacts always remains a better investment than the stock market or real estate for that matter, a global niche audience is expected to register interest and attend the auction.

This magnificent realistic scale model is Manufactured by Bassett-Lowke of Northampton, the replica is an outstanding handcrafted 1/16th model of RMS Titanic, accurately detailed and finished to a high professional standard and in Mint original condition, the model is 4' 6" (137 cm) and is mounted on four metal stands, in its original perspex wooden case with legend, Case 5' 10" (178cm).

Bassett-Lowke was a toy company in Northampton, England, founded by Wenman Joseph Bassett-Lowke in 1898 or 1899, that specialized in model railways, boats and ships, and construction sets. Bassett-Lowke started as a mail-order business, although it designed and manufactured some items.

Media Inquiries:

Louise Harker
Vectis Auctions Ltd,
Fleck Way, Thornaby, Stockton on Tees, TS17 9JZ
Worlds Largest Toy Auction House
T: +44 (0) 1642 750616
F: +44 (0) 1642 769478

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Last Update: 2012/4/25 7:59   Hits: 13664   Comments: 0  

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Titanic

TitanicPopular
Description: I am photographer and i have done those two pictures from a model i made by myself for the centennial commemoration. Those pictures was taken in my studio. You can see my work on facebook. Fabrice Gallez.
Submitter :Guest
Last Update: 2012/4/14 21:01   Hits: 16355   Comments: 0  

Category Models

Titanic

TitanicPopular
Description: I am photographer and i have done those two pictures from a model i made by myself for the centennial commemoration. Those pictures was taken in my studio. You can see my work on facebook. Fabrice Gallez.
Submitter :Guest
Last Update: 2012/4/14 20:22   Hits: 16668   Comments: 0  

Category Models

SeaCity Museum, Southampton.

SeaCity Museum, Southampton.Popular
Description: SeaCity Museum, Southampton.

Innes Marlow Photography and Video
@Southampton
Phone: +44 (0) 1329 233386
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Last Update: 2012/4/14 0:46   Hits: 19196   Comments: 0  

Category Titanic

SeaCity Museum tour with J. Cracknell

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Description: James Cracknell gets a tour of the SeaCity Museum.

Innes Marlow Photography and Video
@Southampton
Phone: +44 (0) 1329 233386
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Last Update: 2012/4/14 0:45   Hits: 14114   Comments: 0  

Category Titanic

Ford S2000 A. Fisher at Titanic Quarter Rally

Ford S2000 A. Fisher at Titanic Quarter RallyPopular
Description: Seen here is A. Fisher's Ford S2000 on the 1.9 km Titanic Quarter track organized by Circuit of Ireland during 6-7 April 2012.



Modern Tyres has renewed their sponsorship of Fisher for the upcoming 2012 World Rally Championship WRC Academy.

Alastair Fisher, the 23 year old rally driver from Co. Tyrone, N.Ireland. In 2011 Alastair competed in the inaugural WRC Academy finishing 3rd and in 2012 Alastair plans to mount another attack on the Academy and compete on selected IRC Rounds. Keep in touch with all the latest developments http://www.alastairfisher.com/
Submitter :webmaster - More Photos from webmaster
Last Update: 2012/4/13 13:13   Hits: 11257   Comments: 0  

Category Events

Titanic

TitanicPopular
Description: photo from Dee Street Belfast
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Last Update: 2012/4/2 18:14   Hits: 11454   Comments: 0  

Category Belfast

Titanic Belfast Building Launch 31st March 2012

Titanic Belfast Building Launch 31st March 2012Popular
Description: The World's Largest Titanic Visitor Attraction
The total floor area of the main exhibition and suites is 11,000 sq.m (118,403 sq.ft) which excludes the underground car park of 500 spaces. The entire building is 14,000 sq.m (150,700 sq.ft).

The external façade is clad in several thousand three-dimensional aluminium plates, creating an awe-inspiring visual appearance, which is further enhanced by reflective pools of water surrounding the base of the structure.

The facades lean out at angles of up to 25 degrees, with complicated geometries that rely heavily on advanced computer aided analysis.

The façade has been designed to have a crystalline or shard like appearance which has been created from three thousand different shaped panels each folded from silver anodized aluminium sheets into complicated asymmetrical geometries.

Of the three thousand panels, two thousand are completely unique in form while none of the ‘typical’ panels repeat more than twenty times – creating a startlingly random effect, which always manages to catch the light, a bit like a cut diamond.

From the central atrium, a series of glass escalators, each in excess of 20 metres long, stretch up through a jagged central void. At first floor height a wide bridge gives access to the start of the Titanic story.

The proximity of the Titanic and Olympic Slipways, the Harland and Wolff drawing offices and Hamilton Graving Dock, where the SS Nomadic is now berthed, have all been central considerations during the design, planning and construction of the project. These heritage elements are more than just scheduled monuments and listed buildings – they represent a cornerstone of Belfast’s folk memory and identity.

Titanic Belfast® - Facts & Figures:

• In December 2009, Titanic Belfast saw the largest ever concrete pour on the island to form its foundations – 4,200 cubic metres, circa 700 concrete lorry deliveries, one every two minutes for almost 24-hours

• The entire external façade is clad in 3,000 individual silver anodized aluminium shards and will be enhanced by reflective pools of water surrounding the base of the structure

• Titanic Belfast® has the longest freespan escalator on the island. At over 25 metres long, it has 124 steps and provides access to the exhibition

• The entrance level ground floor is 1,796 sq.m (19,332 sq.ft) which includes a 60ft high wall covered in sheet metal panels similar in size to those used on Titanic’s hull

• The ticketing desks are designed to duplicate wooden keel blocks akin to those which Titanic’s massive 46,328 tonnes rested upon in the Titanic Dock

• Titanic Belfast® is twice the size of Belfast City Hall covering 150,700 sq.ft.

• Highest point of the building is 38.5 metres (126 feet) from the plaza level

• External façade replicates four 90ft high hulls

• Titanic Belfast® is located 100 yards in front of where Titanic's hull was launched; to its right is the drawing office where she was designed and to the left is the River Lagan where she first set sail

http://www.titanicbelfast.com/
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Last Update: 2012/3/30 12:28   Hits: 13393   Comments: 0  

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