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Sean Kelley
Sean Kelley • 2 years ago

The propellers on Titanic’s sister, Olympic, give a sense of the vessels’ scale. Each side (or wing) propeller was the size of a two story house.

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Olympic - Photograph © National Museums Northern Ireland, Collection Harland and Wolff, Ulster Folk & Transport Museum The propellers of the Olympic—the nearly identical sister ship of the Titanic—dwarf workers at the Belfast shipyard where both ocean liners were built. Few photographs exist of the Titanic, but the Olympic gives a sense of its grand design.

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