Nomadic : Bring her back home

Nomadic : Bring her back home

Belfast Telegraph

Eamonn Holmes is backing the campaign to bring the Titanic-era Nomadic ferry back to the city where the Harland and Wolff vessel was built.

The Ulster-born Sky News presenter says that if Belfast is going to have a sector named Titanic Quarter it needs to house attractions linked to the Titanic.

The only remaining White Star Line ship, which is moored at Le Havre in northern France, may go for scrap if a buyer is not found when it goes under the hammer in less than two weeks.

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