I assume you are talking about the Celtic II. She was built by Harland & Wolff in 1901. The first of the Big Four and the last ordered by Thomas H. Ismay (J.Bruce's father) before his death. When completed, she was the largest liner yet built. July 26,1901 was the maiden voyage from Liverpool to New York. On Dec. 10,1928 entering Cobh (Queenstown) harbor during a storm she ran aground. She was sold to breakers: Peterson & Albeck. Sister ships: Cedric, Baltic II & Adriatic II.
There are some superb images and a few bits of ephermera relating to the Celtic II and her demise that can be seen in Cobh's museum, including a reconstruction of part one of the public rooms - from memory, was it the first class smoking room? Sen? Anybody? Can you save me from actually referring to my photos and sources? ;-)