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File:RMS Titanic ready for launch, 1911.jpg

Description H1560 R.W.
English: The RMS Titanic ready for launch. The ship was constructed on Queen's Island, now known as the Titanic Quarter, in Belfast Harbour where was part of the Harland and Wolff shipyard.
Polski: RMS Titanic w czasie budowy.
Date 1911
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Author Robert John Welch (1859-1936), official photographer for Harland & Wolff
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Camera location

54° 36′ 36.56″ N, 5° 54′ 6.49″ W

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