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  • Posted March 2, 2010 by Larry Nelson Viewed 2086 times

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The Titanic exhibit at Branson, Missouri, features many artifacts, photos, and details of the fateful voyage of the HMS Titanic. The building is a scale model of the original, and includes a replica of the famed grand staircase.

Here's the link to their website [titanicbranson.com] so you can see the actual size and layout.

Think we should move a little to starboard?

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    • # Lynn

      WOOHOO!!! That first one is AWESOME and great perspective...fabulous set Larry :))

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    • # Tracylynn Seeger

      I missed the name of the ship on the first shot, and was wondering how on earth you got that second shot ha ha! So I have to say the first two pictures are very realistic! Good job. I went to a Titanic exhibition in England once, but we weren't allowed to take pictures :(

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    • # Brenda Nelson

      For a while there, I thought I was going to have to jump in and save you! "My Heart Will Go On", though, without you!!

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    • # Jerry Wilcoxen

      Great Pictures; I've been to Branson many times but never saw the great ship from this perspective before!

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    • # Marsha

      Very cool! Great angle on the first...and I thought, "What is Larry doing in the ocean?" Would love to see this exhibit...I've always found everything about the Titanic to be fascinating.

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    • # Kerri

      Great color in these shots! Sounds like an awesome exhibit, I would love to see it sometime.

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    • # Tom

      Interesting shot, that must have been an interesting exhibit.

      Years ago a friend of mine saw a similar exhibit, they also had a tank of water that had the actual temp of the water, that you could stick your hand into

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