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Ireland & the Titanic – March 2012

By Turtle Bunbury (February 2012) Shortly before noon on a Thursday 11th April 1912, the Titanic dropped her screw-anchors into the murky seabed off Ringabella Bay, off Cork Harbour, seven nautical miles out from the County Cork seaport of Queenstown (now better known as Cóbh). Queenstown had been a vital port for Britain’s Navy for […]
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