Titanic memorials and graves tagged "Structure"

The memorial park and cloister commemorating the Titanic's chief wireless operator Jack Phillips.
The grave of third class passenger survivor Albert Johan Moss in the Norwegian city of Bergen.
The grave of third class passenger survivor Albert Johan Moss in the Norwegian city of Bergen.
The grave of third class passenger survivor Albert Johan Moss in the Norwegian city of Bergen.
The grave of third class passenger survivor Albert Johan Moss in the Norwegian city of Bergen.
The grave of third class passenger survivor Albert Johan Moss in the Norwegian city of Bergen.
The lychgate in Broadway dedicated to author, painter and sculptor Francis David Millet.
The mammoth dry dock built by the Belfast Harbour Commissioners and opened in 1911.
The derelict pier in New York, where the Titanic's survivors were landed by the Carpathia.
The memorial lighthouse saved from the former Seaman's Church Institute in New York.

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