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Daily Echo
Figures show visitor numbers plummeting at £15million museum - but council says they are 'steadily rising'But now concerns are being raised over Southampton’s £15m SeaCity Museum after
Daily Echo / Posted 13 days ago
But now concerns are being raised over Southampton’s £15m SeaCity Museum after figures show its visitor numbers have plummeted by 40 per cent since it opened five years ago. A Freedom of Information request shared with the Daily Echo revealed that... Read more
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Daily Echo
Visitor numbers plummet at £15million museum - but council says they are 'steadily rising'But now concerns are being raised over Southampton’s £15m SeaCity Museum after
Daily Echo / Posted 13 days ago
But now concerns are being raised over Southampton’s £15m SeaCity Museum after figures show its visitor numbers have plummeted by 40 per cent since it opened five years ago. A Freedom of Information request shared with the Daily Echo revealed that... Read more
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Daily Echo
Museum meant to be jewel in Southampton's crown sees visitor numbers plummetBut now concerns are being raised over Southampton’s £15m SeaCity Museum after
Daily Echo / Posted 13 days ago
But now concerns are being raised over Southampton’s £15m SeaCity Museum after figures show its visitor numbers have plummeted by 40 per cent since it opened five years ago. A Freedom of Information request shared with the Daily Echo revealed that... Read more
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Belfast Telegraph
Wood carving that broke away as Titanic sank to go on display The first class Cafe Parisienne aboard the doomed Belfast-built vessel Augus
Belfast Telegraph / Posted 17 days ago
The first class Cafe Parisienne aboard the doomed Belfast-built vessel August 4 2017 The largest remaining panel fragment... Read more
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Athens Banner-Herald
Smith: Enchanted by Ireland and its bittersweet historyBELFAST, Ireland | “Twenty years ago, we would not be comfortable driving you h
Athens Banner-Herald / Posted 29 days ago
BELFAST, Ireland | “Twenty years ago, we would not be comfortable driving you here,” Bryan MacMahon, an Irish historian and author, was saying as we were headed to Tralee, Derry (or Londonderry, if you prefer), which is roughly 40 miles from the... Read more

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