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BandTrumpet7Mon Apr-23-12 07:01 PM
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#46242, "RE: Largest Titanic model"
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There's a model on display now at the National Geographic Museum in DC for their exhibition that, according to the plaques, was used to "plan dives" for the film. It doesn't look as detailed as the wreck models used in the film and on Ghosts of the Abyss. Strangely enough, however, it's flipped...

I noticed the mast is laying on the wrong side of the ship, and there are a few other things that are flipped as well. Not sure why this is.

Sorry the lighting is a little terrible, I only had my phone with me at the time. I need to go back with a proper camera


~ Certified Titanic Enthusiast ~

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... [View all] , queensisland0, Fri Mar-23-12 02:08 PM
  RE: Largest Titanic model, Jonathan, Mar 23rd 2012, #1
RE: Largest Titanic model, queensisland0, Mar 25th 2012, #2
      RE: Largest Titanic model, CD, Mar 30th 2012, #3
           RE: Largest Titanic model, Mark Draper, Apr 05th 2012, #5
                RE: Largest Titanic model, BandTrumpet7, Apr 23rd 2012 #6
RE: Largest Titanic model, AngelsPlace, Apr 05th 2012, #4

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