Wednesday, April 16, 2014

WW: Titanic Museum in Pigeon Forge, TN

Titanic Replica Ship Photo

"A woman's heart is a deep ocean of secrets."
- Rose from Titanic movie

The Titanic Museum is quite a surprising sight to see when driving through Pigeon Forge, Tennessee. We didn't have time to tour it during our first trip, but I had to get close enough to photograph the building. The replica was built at half-scale of the original ship and still towered above me! I saved the Titanic photo to share until today since it sank on April 15, 1912.

22 comments :

  1. Looks fantastic good capture :-)

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  2. I soo want to go there! It's definitely on my vacation list!

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  3. I bet that is an amazing place to spend the day!

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  4. Great photo. I've always been fascinated by the Titanic.

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  5. Oh, such a great idea for a place to visit! Thanks! :)

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  6. Awww :( I woulnd't watch the movie foryears and years, nothing could ever quite compare with the way my mothers told us the tragic tale when we were children of cabins flooding, and mothers hanging on to the children trying to keep them afloat in the icy sea.

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  7. Wow, It's pretty cool to see a half size replica!

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  8. Thank you for sharing this photo on its annivesary. #WW

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  9. Wow, that's the outside? That must be a really interesting, if sad, museum.

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  10. Beeindruckend, auch die Farbgebung kommt super rüber !

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  11. It is rather tall, isn't it? I snapped a photo of this the first year it opened, but it was a day shot. I like your night picture ~ very dramatic! I took a few pictures of it about two weeks ago across the road, but I wasn't happy with the results even though I zoomed in. I will have to go back to get an evening shoot. Nice job on yours & happy WW! BTW, I haven't toured it, either, but would love to!

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  12. At first I thought it was real, there are still so many mysteries to the Titanic story!! Thanks for sharing

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  13. Great pic! I love places like that!

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  14. love that quote!
    great picture -- isn't it still amazing to think that something that looked so big and unsinkable - sank?!

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  15. That would be an interesting museum to go to!

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  16. I was able to see probably this same exhibit in Baltimore about nine years ago.

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  17. Great picture, so cool! I'd love to see it in person.

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