Wayne Liffen
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The famous titanic grand staircase

The Grand Stair case in the real Titanic. Literally the most breath taking set of stairs ever. Not the Titanic, this is her sister ship the Olympic. However, the Titanic’s Grand Staircase would have been virtually identical. Peopled with ghosts!

The Titanic docked in Southampton and dressed with flags on Good Friday 1912.

Good reference photo for Titanic in perspective photo. The Titanic docked in Southampton and dressed with flags on Good Friday

:::::::::: Vintage Photograph ::::::::: Fisherman, Whitby, England.  Taken by Frank Meadows Sutcliffe, pioneering Victorian photographer.

Vintage Photograph of a Fisherman, in Whitby, England. Taken by Frank Meadows Sutcliffe, pioneering Victorian photographer.

Pier Road - Whitby - North Yorkshire - England - Late 1800s

Pier Road - Whitby - North Yorkshire - England - Late for my board i wanted to put UK instead of London but it didnt sound as good. But we can pretend i live in London and i frequent the rest of the areas im pinning! Im dumb!

Whitby, North Yorkshire  Google Image Result for http://www.whitbyhotels.co.uk/siteimages/whitbyatnight.jpg

Whitby (North Yorkshire, England) where Brahm Stoker wrote Dracula. Had the best fish and chips ever here!

The charming fishing village of Staithes has associations with Captain Cook, he worked in Staithes as a grocer's apprentice where he first gained his passion for the sea. He moved to nearby Whitby where he joined The Royal Navy. William Sanderson's shop where Cook worked was destroyed by the sea but parts were recovered and incorporated into 'Captains Cook's Cottage.

The charming fishing village of Staithes has associations with Captain Cook, he worked in Staithes as a grocer's apprentice where he first gained his passion for the sea. He moved to nearby Whitby where he joined The Royal Navy. William Sanderson's shop where Cook worked was destroyed by the sea but parts were recovered and incorporated into 'Captains Cook's Cottage.