Titanic Engineers Memorial

Southampton

This is one we were so passionate about!  We are about giving our love and respect to all memorials as such, but this one due to our boating background was extra special  -  For those of you don’t know, this memorial is in memory of the engineers that remained in the bellows of the ship to keep the generators going to keep light for escaping passengers and to also pump as much water as they could to buy more time for the evacuation, they remained there until the end as did the band and many others to meet their peril.

The Titanic went down in 1912 this memorial was built in 1914, it was restored in 2010 for a tv program and has not been touched since until now and we have to say it was and honour to revive it to its finer glory!  Proud to say it looked fantastic after we worked our magic .

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