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Violin played on the Titanic set to make £400,000 at auction

Played by the bandmaster of the famous ship, a violin used on the Titanic is estimated to be sold for £400,000 at a British auction. As part of a seven year in-depth investigation, the iconic instrument even went under a CT scan to prove its authenticity before it could be sold as a key piece [...]

By |December 2nd, 2013|Legends of the North|0 Comments

The Children Who Slept Through The Sinking Of The Titanic

When the parents of six year old Douglas Spedden rushed to their cabin to retrieve their son as the Titanic began to tilt on that fateful night in 1912, they didn’t expect that their son would be sound asleep. Through the sound of the iceberg crashing, the ship’s engines grinding and passengers panicking, Douglas has [...]

By |November 25th, 2013|Legends of the North|0 Comments

The Pride And Joy Of Belfast

Like Italy’s leaning tower of Pisa, Belfast takes pride the Albert Memorial Clock and recognises it as a symbol of beauty and history that shouldn’t be forgotten. Established in 1865, the clock was built in an Italian gothic fashion in honour of Queen Victoria’s consort, none other than Price Albert. Due to being 113ft tall, [...]

By |November 18th, 2013|Legends of the North|0 Comments

The History Behind Shankill Road

Nowadays, when mentioning the history of the Shankill Road many people automatically think back to the feud between the Ulster Volunteer Force and the Ulster Defence Association, however there is so much more to it than meets the eye. Though nowadays, Shankill Road is celebrated for its exquisite shopping centre and pleasant residential areas it [...]

By |November 11th, 2013|Legends of the North|0 Comments

Giant’s Causeway Centre Nominated for Prestigious Architecture Award

The new visitor’s centre at Giant’s Causeway in Northern Ireland was recently nominated for the Stirling Prize from the Royal Institute of British Architects. Costing £18.5million, the centre was completed in May 2012 and was recognized for its unique and unconventional layout, consisting of an underground complex tucked beneath a grassy hill. A popular location [...]

By |November 4th, 2013|Uncategorized|0 Comments

Piece By Piece The Walls Fall Down

One of Belfast’s most symbolic landmarks, which is featured on many of the great Belfast tours, has been left standing for at least another year in honour of the famous Good Friday Agreement. This agreement took place just fifteen years ago to provide the Catholic and Protestant communities with division, security and above all, peace. [...]

By |October 28th, 2013|Legends of the North|0 Comments

Titanic 2 Be Built in China

In the ship industry’s latest and arguably most controversial move to date a tribute to the historical Titanic ship is being built in China and financed by Australian billionaire Clive Palmer as part of a project named simply as the Titanic 2. Palmer launched the project ‘out of love’ for the design and the philosophy [...]

By |October 21st, 2013|Legends of the North|0 Comments

The History of Carrick-A-Rede Rope Bridge

Just nine miles from where your Giants Causeway Tour takes place you will find that Carrick-A-Rede rope bridge, down a 1km winding coastal walk though natural beauty and glorious sites. The rope bridge is on the well-known North Antrin Coast road between Balintoy and Ballycastle and attracts thrill seekers from all around. The original Carrick-A-Rede [...]

By |October 14th, 2013|Legends of the North|0 Comments

Would You Like To Walk Where Giants Once Walked?

Booking yourself onto a Giants Causeway Tour is a must during your visit to Northern Ireland, after all people come from across the world to see the area where there was once a bridge walked on by giants. When you book up with a Giant Causeway Tour you will see the area is flanked by [...]

By |October 7th, 2013|Legends of the North|0 Comments

Why Not Visit Carrick-A-Rede Rope Bridge?

During your Giants Causeway Tour why not pop along to the Carrick-A-Rede rope bridge, just nine miles from where the Giants Causeway Tours take place? The Carrick-A-Rede rope bridge can be found between Ballycastle and Balintoy along the famous North Antrim Coast. As we said it is only nine miles from where the Giant Causeway [...]

By |September 30th, 2013|Legends of the North|0 Comments