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One cold March evening in 2014 Paul Nolan, Chairman of the Addergoole Titanic Society in North West Mayo, told a strange and captivating story as we were standing in the street of Lahardane Village, the main village in the parish of Addergoole; the parish with the largest proportionate loss in the world when RMS Titanic, the largest and most luxurious passenger ship, sank with a huge loss of life, on its maiden voyage on 15th April 1912 after hitting an iceberg some four hours previously.
What happened in this historic tragic event; the world’s largest moveable object met the world’s largest tin opener, the tin opener won. There were 2,201 crew and passengers, but only 690 were saved.
Now Read Paul's Titanic fable and most of all enjoy it!
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