Memorials and graves A - Z

The Phillips family grave in Farncombe, a memorial to wireless operator Jack Phillips.
The memorial park and cloister commemorating the Titanic's chief wireless operator Jack Phillips.
The derelict pier in New York, where the Titanic's survivors were landed by the Carpathia.
The former hotel in Southampton, where passengers stayed prior to the Titanic's departure.
The public house where some of the Titanic's fireman and trimmers had their last drink.
The National Maritime Museum memorial dedicated to the Titanic's passengers and crew.
A hotel with the first class lounge, revolving door and staircase of the Olympic.
The family grave of the Andrews family in Comber, with a dedication to Thomas Andrews Jr.
The memorial hall, dedicated to the memory of Thomas Andrews, and now used as a primary school.
The Pears family grave remembering businessman Thomas Clinton Pears in Isleworth.
The mammoth dry dock built by the Belfast Harbour Commissioners and opened in 1911.
A memorial in the form of a keel plate of the Titanic unveiled on the Titanic's slipway.

Titanic memorials

Titanic memorials

The story of the Titanic; her passengers and crew, victims and survivors told through the memorials, associated historic landmarks and locations in Great Britain & Northern Ireland, the Republic of Ireland, North America and worldwide.

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