RMS Titanic and RMS Olympic. Sister ships at Belfast
Rare photograph of the Titanic and the Olympic side by side at the Thompson drydock in Belfast. During March 1912 the Olympic returned to Belfast after having lost a propeller blade when she collided with HMS Hawke. Titanic on the right was moved from the Thompson Graving Dock so that the necessary repairs could be carried out on her sister ship. This was to be the last time that the two sisters would be seen together.
This is truly an outstanding quality poster. It is printed on Fuji crystal archive photographic paper and is by no means a flimsy poster.
Width 100cm, Height 70cm, or
Width 70cm, Height 50cm (less £3.50)
These poster sizes will fit many popular frames that can be purchased in shops such as Ikea.
Also available as Width 127cm, Height 101.6cm (£5.00 extra)