The memorial at Cobh Harbour, Ireland, the final port of call before Titanic set sail for New York City, is a blink-and-you-miss-it and almost nondescript moment.
Still, the titanic letters underscore a titanic miscalculation on a titanic voyage, and a titanic loss.
10 thoughts on “TITANIC … Cobh Harbour, Ireland”
Thank you very much for pingback as I see, you included few.
I loved your post also. Did you know that they are building Titanic 2? I mean… why?
You’re welcome. I’m selective about ping backs. Always review first. I don’t like to overwhelm my followers with options. 😉 … Why another Titanic? I guess some people feel the need to tempt fate. Maybe this one will be unsinkable. Still, in the wise words of Downton Abbey’s Lord Grantham: “Every ship is unsinkable until it sinks.” I guess we’ll have to wait and see what happens. … Thanks for stopping by. 🙂
That makes it very dear to me. 🙂
I said that they are running out of ideas for movies and trying to make something happen – a little bit of black humour 😉
Thank you for the “Shout Out”, much appreciated. Cheers.
You’re welcome. Your photography is stunning and inspiring. … Thanks for stopping by …
Great choice. Interesting that 44 of 123 survived. That seems a fairly large percentage compared to the overall percentage lost!
Thanks. Perhaps it was all a matter of where you were on the ship. … It was interesting to imagine Titanic being there. As well, my Irish ancestors left for Canada through Cobh so it was educational to go through the museum as well.
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Good catch, Dorothy. The museum sounds interesting.
It really is worth a visit if ever you’re in Cobh. … Thanks for stopping by. 🙂