I know anyone who lives and breathes Titanic knows these spots but for many, these places are undiscovered treasures. One would be the birthplace of Molly Brown in Hannibal, Missouri. I was there a few years ago and its really a neat little town steeped in history. Its as if time has stood still in this small Mississippi river town. (I always wondered if Molly Brown ever met Mark Twain). Another lesser known place is the Archibald Butt Memorial Bridge in Augusta, Georgia. Unless one likes golf, Augusta is out of the way and most people never have a reason to go there. The bridge is very ornate with Lions on the entrance of the bridge. While most here at ET know of these places, many who do not study the Titanic would have no clue of either of these places. Can anyone name some other lesser known Titanic related spots?