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Old 01-05-2012, 04:43 PM   #1
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Being an avid Titanic fan I was interested to read the article about Mr Stead in the Hayling Islander. I was not, however, impressed with the caption under the accompanying photo of the Titanic "the Titanic sailing from Southampton on 19 April 1912" .... I think not - she sunk to the bottom of the ocean on April 15th 1912 and I should know as I was at the memorial service at the wreck site a couple of weeks ago. Where do they get their researchers from?!

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