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    Capt Smith Lived here on Marine Parade, Crosby from 1898-1907




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    Is that a ghost driving the car?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ged View Post
    Is that a ghost driving the car?
    you know I didn't even notice that
    I'll look at the full size version, hang on....

    the drivers seat is covered in a white plastic bag. how disappointing .
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    Quote Originally Posted by quincyg View Post
    Capt Smith Lived here on Marine Parade, Crosby from 1898-1907
    He also lived in Berkley St, Liverpool 8.
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    Quote Originally Posted by quincyg View Post
    Capt Smith Lived here on Marine Parade, Crosby from 1898-1907
    Quote Originally Posted by Waterways View Post
    He also lived in Berkley St, Liverpool 8.
    Please what is the street number of his two houses ?


    Is it a blue plaque in memory of Captain Smith ?

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    the drivers seat is covered in a white plastic bag. how disappointing .
    Sorry, I don't speak very well english.

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    E.J. Smith, Captain of the RMS Titanic

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    It's number 17,MARINE CRESENT. 53.47417,-3.031505 on Google earth.
    Yes,the plaque is for him.
    The house in Berkley St has been demolished.

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    Quote Originally Posted by GNASHER View Post
    The house in Berkley St has been demolished.
    Some pictures on Ged's web site.
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    Thanks WW. Also of Ismays house on Beach Lawn or thereabouts. See the streets ahead pages and use the search facility.
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    Thank you very much GNASHER.
    It's a shame that the house in Berkley Street has been demolished.
    Sorry, I don't speak very well english.

    'When anyone asks me how I can best describe my experiences of nearly 40 years at sea, I merely say 'uneventful'. I have never been in an accident of any sort worth speaking about. I never saw a wreck and have never been wrecked, nor was I ever in any predicament that threatened to end in disaster of any sort.'
    E.J. Smith, Captain of the RMS Titanic

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    There are a few Titanic victims buried at Toxteth Cemetery in Smithdown Lane.
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    BTW, French Napoleonic prisoners of war helped build parts of Liverpool Docks.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Waterways View Post
    There are a few Titanic victims buried at Toxteth Cemetery in Smithdown Lane.
    Yes, there is the Rowe family grave.
    Alfred Rowe was a first class passenger, died in the wreck aged 59.


    Photo of Stephen Quinn, UK


    Are there others passagers or crew members buried at Toxteth Park Cemetery ?
    Sorry, I don't speak very well english.

    'When anyone asks me how I can best describe my experiences of nearly 40 years at sea, I merely say 'uneventful'. I have never been in an accident of any sort worth speaking about. I never saw a wreck and have never been wrecked, nor was I ever in any predicament that threatened to end in disaster of any sort.'
    E.J. Smith, Captain of the RMS Titanic

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