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Titanic . My Titanic, finally! . This is it! After six months of hard work and a lot of money, here it is! It is the first giant-class of my ships, my first four-funneled ship, and is a whole two yard long. Some info: 2 yards long 18 lifeboats 24 studs wide has interior lighting 226 studs long As many ships of that era, lifeboats blocked view of the sea. That is one reason the Titanic did not have enough of them. The stern. Not much to say here. A bird's eye view. The real Titanic is much thinner compared to width. Can't seem to get all the Titanic in one picture! Tho forecastle of the ship. The thing sticking out was used for the ramp when at port(it is still unfinished). As you can see, the ship seperates between the third and fourth funnel. This was necessary, for the ship itself weighs about ten pounds!(The structure inside takes up much of the weight, for it has to support the fragile top deck.) And, before you leave, a night shot!

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