TITANIC-TITANIC.com | Titanic Google Earth
Google Earth is a remarkable free program that lets you view practically every inch of the Earth, hence the name. You can view your house, your school, your work - anything, and of course, there are some interesting areas we Titanic buffs might find interesting too!
First, you will need the program, which can be downloaded here.
Once installed, you can simply click on the links below, and hopefully, you'll find them of use!
United Kingdom Locations
- Belfast - This shows the exact spot where Titanic was built and and launched from at Harland and Wolff.
- Belfast - Shows the location of Nomadic undergoing her restoration.
- Colne - The location of Wallace Hartley's memorial in Colne, Lancashire.
- Comber - The location of the Thomas Andrews Memorial Hall.
- Godalming - The John Phillips Memorial is located in Godalming, Surrey.
- Lichfield - The place where the memorial to Capt. Edward Smith is located.
- Liverpool - The location of the Titanic Engineer's Memorial.
- Liverpool - The location of the former White Star Line offices at James Street, Liverpool.
- London - Oceanic House, the London offices of the White Star Line in 1912.
- Ongar - St Helen' Catholic Church, location of Father Thomas Byles Memorial.
- Queenstown - Queenstown, now known as Cobh, was Titanic's last port of call before sailing to New York.
- Southampton - The point from where Titanic departed at the start of her maiden voyage.
- Southampton - Southampton Old Cemetery, the place where many Titanic crew members are buried.
United States Locations
- Augusta - The location of the Archibald Butt Memorial Bridge.
- Long Beach - The former Cunard liner Queen Mary resides here in California.
- New York - No. 9, Broadway is the former offices of the White Star Line.
- New York - This is the Titanic Lighthouse Memorial at South Street, New York.
- New York - Pier 54 is where Carpathia docked when returning Titanic's survivors to dry land.
- New York - Pier 59 is where Titanic would have docked in New York if she had crossed the North Atlantic.
- New York - Straus Park, home of the Straus Memorial dedicated to Isidor and Ida Straus.
- Baron de Hirsch Cemetery - The Jewish cemetery in Halifax, N.S. where Titanic victims were laid to rest.
- Fairview Lawn Cemetery - Place where the majority of the recovered bodies were laid to rest in Halifax, N.S.
- Mount Olivet Cemetery - Another Halifax, N.S. cemetery where bodies of Titanic victims are buried.
- Cherbourg - The point, roughly, where Titanic stopped to pick up passengers from France and Europe.
- Location of Titanic Wreck - The spot where the wreck of Titanic now lies on the North Atlantic sea bed.