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Re: Titanic Hotel, Belfast

Postby Camela » 23 Nov 2017 18:37

It is one of the main pleasures of cruising and travelling, to be able to see and visit so many interesting buildings and learn their history.
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Titanic Hotel, Belfast

Postby adogap » 23 Nov 2017 20:43

grannyM wrote:Great photos Chris. It is so good that the hotel is part of the new Titanic museum complex and it all looks fabulous. :D

Your photos reminded me of when I worked at Fairfield Shipyard in Glasgow. I was wondering how that building was surviving, thinking it would probably be a ruin by now as it has been closed for many years. However when I Googled it I was really pleased to see that it has been given a facelift since last I saw it and there is now a Fairfield Govan Heritage Centre in the old building. It was lovely to see some of the original corridors and offices where I worked 50 years ago. I was also delighted to see how it is being used now.

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Thank you for sharing your photos and for the reminder of my time in another wonderful shipyard building in Glasgow. :thumbup:

Hello Marie. Excellent link, thank you! Building looks palatial, I would really love to visit! We had discussed Glasgow which is of course synonymous with ship building. I think it is important to preserve this heritage where future generations can find out about these wonderful ships and pay tribute to the gentlemen who built them. Anyone I have spoken to who worked in “the yard’ can still raise a chuckle about jokes shared and pranks played. You must have many happy memories!

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