Lord Pirrie's Grave features Olympic


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Dave Gittins

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This site requires patience. The graphics are around 140kb each. Some don't work (using Internet Explorer). If necessary, right click on the little red cross in the corner of the blank spaces and then click Show Picture. It's worth it for the good shots of the monument and the graving dock.
 
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Mikael Jonsson

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thanks for posting the interesting homepage.

It was very interesting to see how it looks today at H&W.
 

Jason D. Tiller

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Hi Stuart,

Thanks for posting that link, those are great pictures. I'll be seeing those images in person, as I will be in Belfast on July 19.

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Jason
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Those are some really nice images, Stuart! Thanks for the link. Hopefully, someday, I will be in Belfast myself. Have fun Jason and take lots of pictures!


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-B.W.
 
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LOL Jason! Man, what was wrong with me last night!? Yes, it was you I was referring to. I've got to start getting more sleep!
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-B.W.
 
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That's cool, JASON. Yes; I got your name right that time! Going to bed early last night helped!


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-B.W.
 

Martin Pirrie

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On the opposite side to the Olympic, is a panel depicting a ship with full canvas sails. This was the "Venetian", 1508 gross tons: the first steam ship built by Harland and Wolff in 1860 for the Bibby Line.
 
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