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TITANIC BELFAST - A VISIT TO THE BIRTHPLACE OF THE TITANIC | by infomatique
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TITANIC BELFAST - A VISIT TO THE BIRTHPLACE OF THE TITANIC

Nomadic was commissioned by the White Star Line in 1910, to tender for their new ocean liners RMS Olympic and RMS Titanic, which were too large to dock in Cherbourg harbour. She and her running mate Traffic ferried passengers, their baggage, mail and ship's supplies to and from large ocean liners moored off-shore. The keel of Nomadic was laid down in the Harland and Wolff shipyards, Belfast in 1910 (yard number 422). She was built on slipway No1 alongside RMS Olympic and RMS Titanic, which were constructed on slipways 2&3 respectively. She was launched on 25 April 1911 and delivered to the White Star Line on the 27 May, following sea trials.

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Taken on June 24, 2014