Former Titanic drawing rooms restored
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Former Titanic drawing rooms restored

A £5m renovation project has restored the historic drawing offices at Belfast shipyard where plans for the Titanic were made.

The two arched rooms were at the heart of the old Harland and Wolff headquarters building.

More than 1,000 ships, including Titanic and HMS Belfast, were designed in the rooms, which fell into disrepair when the HQ became vacant in 1989.