Published by Ross Williams on 10 April 2012
This week will mark the 100 year anniversary of the tragic sinking of RMS Titanic.
Described as the most luxurious passenger liner of her time – the ship was thought unsinkable but met her fate after a collision with an iceberg in the north Atlantic Ocean on 14th April 1912, causing the deaths of over 1,500 people in one of the deadliest peacetime maritime disasters in history.
Hundreds of people paid their respects to those who’s lives were lost by lining the streets of Southampton where the ship set sail bound for New York. A minutes silence was also held during a memorial service in the south coast city which has a particularly strong affiliation to the Titanic disaster, with four in five crewmembers on the ship having hailed from the Solent.
The story of the sinking of the White Star Liner which was dramatised in James Cameron’s 1997 film has now been remastered in 3D taking 60 weeks and $18 million to produce.
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