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Titanic Exhibit

TITANIC 300 DPI

The Staircase from the Titanic.

TITANIC BOARDING PASS 001Front of the Boarding Passes.

RON'S TITANIC BOARDING PASS 001

Ronald’s Boarding Pass

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RENÉE'S TITANIC BOARDING PASS 001

Renée’s Boarding Pass

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MADISON'S TITANIC BOARDING PASS 001

Madison’s Boarding Pass

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AIDAN'S TITANIC BOARDING PASS 001Aidan’s Boarding Pass

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EMERSON'S TITANIC BOARDING PASS 001

Emerson’s Boarding Pass

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Over the weekend we had a chance to see the Titanic Exhibit in Columbus. It was amazing. We learned that the ship was found 73 years after it had sunk. It is located about 2 1/2 miles down into the ocean and takes divers around 2 hours to reach
it. It was eerie to see all those objects displayed. The kids liked touching the cold iceberg. (The iceberg showed the kids how cold it was for the people who were in the
water.) When we entered the exhibit we were given boarding passes and at the end you could see if your passenger was one of the survivors. It was a great way
to introduce the kids to a piece of history.  At the end of the exhibit we discovered that Aidan (he was a Pastor) was the only one to perish.

 

 

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