This image is of the shed in which John made a copy of the cabin as well as the dinning room.
60 years old John has recreated the cabin of the titanic ship from the doomed liner which was in his garden shed and he also used some woods from its sister ship “Olympic”.
Since the early 1990’s, Mr Siggins started collecting ornate light fittings, crockery, linen, silverware and also the chair.
A coat hanger and uniform in the wardrobe from the White Star Line.
A dinning room chair.
A dinning table laid out completely as it would have been on the Titanic and it also included a menu of April 14, the night on when titanic sank into water in the year 1912. These all items were sourced from the “Olympic Ship”.
An item of crockery from the Olympic ship.
This is the Menu of Items which were served to the people on that last fateful night which titanic sank in the water.
This is the chair of Titanic’s Commander Captain Edward Smith which he sat during his previous command on the Olympic ship.
This is Captain Edward Smith.
This is the image of a coat hanger and a uniform in the wardrobe.
This picture is of the ceiling which is original as it was in the titanic ship.
Mr John Siggins with a Titanic Uniform.
The Olympic and the Titanic ship seen together at Thomson Graving Dock which is situated in Belfast.
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