All aboard the Titanic

My next stop was Cobh. This is the place famous for being the last port call for the ship RMS Titanic. They have a heritage center dedicated for the same along with the history of Cobh.
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This is Annie Moore and her two sons who boarded the ship from Cove / Cobh/ Queenstown (as it was called in 1920’s)1-IMG_35051-IMG_3438

I got my ticket1-IMG_3447

Booked my baggage and went aboard.1-IMG_3459

It was fun to see the inside story and the history of not just the Titanic but other ships which sailed past and their histories.1-IMG_3470

The tickets will belong to real people who traveled in the given ship. You will figure out their fates once you are done with the tour.

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Looks like Margaret Rice and her children didn’t survive the journey 😦

 

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Cobh Heritage Center

After that journey, we went on for a walk around the town for some photographs. 1-IMG_35121-IMG_3520

 

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6 comments

  1. jowensauthor · May 20, 2016

    I remember stopping there with the group I was with on my “study abroad” trip to Ireland a few years ago 🙂

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  4. Tvor · January 7

    There’s a Titanic bar in Cobh where they’ve tried to recreate the look of one of the bars on the ship and has lots of artefacts and posters etc.

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    • KG · January 7

      Oh! There was one inside this museum but we didn’t go in. Not sure if this is the same one.

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