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Titanic Honour and Glory makes US Premiere.
We are absolutely thrilled to announce that Titanic Honour and Glory will premiere in the United States later this year. The History Museum of Mobile, Alabama, a magnificent and stunning museum, our host for the award winning Titanic exhibition.
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Titanic now open at Great Yarmouth.
Titanic Honour & Glory will be docking at Time and Tide from April 1st through to September 24th 2017. This unique exhibition brings to life the history of the legendary Ocean Liner, the Royal Mail Steamer Titanic, an exhibition voted one of the top five exhibitions in the United Kingdom by The Times newspaper.
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Titanic Exhibition Opens in Chelmsford
Chelmsford Civic Society presents the Titanic Honour & Glory Exhibition which is open in Bond Street in Chelmsford, CM1 1GD on Thursday to Sunday from 10.30-16.00 running from April to June. Sean Smalc’s fascination with Titanic began at the age of five, when he saw the film 'A Night to Remember'. He has been amassing the awe-inspiring collection ever since. 'This diverse exhibition appeals to so many people from all age groups' Sean says. ‘With this exhibition we aim to increase the knowledge of Titanic's history and that of her sister ships and the White Star Line, which owned and operated many of the finest liners ever to sail the high seas. Every visitor will get a feeling of what it was like to have been aboard Titanic. The exhibition will take you on a genuine voyage of discovery’.
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Titanic Ambassadors

A special part of our exhibition website where we remember those who dedicated themselves to preserving the memory of Titanic.  If you have a loved one or friend who dedicated themselves to the Titanic and wish to have them Titanic Ambassadors please contact us with the details, Thank you.

Philip Littlejohn - Philip was a very nice man who dedicated himself to the Titanic story, his grandfather was a crew man onboard the Titanic and survived the tragedy. Philip presented lectures on his personal connection and captured the imagination of his audiences. We were privileged to have Philip. One of the highlights I remember personally about Philip was his personal accounts of when he dove to the wreck site of the Titanic. Sadly, Philip passed away recently. We remember him today as a Titanic Ambassador. 

Howard Nelson - Howard was well known throughout the Titanic community, founder of the Titanic Heritage Trust. He brought the story of Titanic to many people across the world. When visiting our exhibitions, Howard could be seen talking to many people and his enthusiasm was infectious. Sadly,Howard passed away recently and we now remember him fondly as a Titanic Ambassador.

Stephen Booth - Stephen (Steve) as he was known to his many friends was both a character and true gentleman. It was a pleasure to know him and regard him as a true friend. He had a passion for not only Titanic, her sister ships and the White Star Line but ocean liners in general. His knowledge was legendary and he was one of the finest auctioneers of maritime and ocean liner antiquities. Steve will be remembered by many people all over the world and is a true Titanic Ambassador. 

In memory to all Titanic Ambassadors.

 

 

 

 
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