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Features Tagged 'Conservation' (2)

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RMS Lusitania and the Titan Crane

RMS Lusitania and the Titan Crane

What is the connection between the famous RMS Lusitania, a merchant vessel torpedoed off the coast of Ireland in WW1, and the Clydebank’s Titan Crane? 

What are War Memorials, and how do we look after them?

An introduction to war memorials

This is the first of a series of feature articles that will look into the conservation and maintenance of war memorials, investigating the materials that they are constructed by, how they decay and how they interact with each other.

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