Belfast Telegraph

Tuesday 24 May 2016

In Pictures: HMS Caroline at Alexandra Dock Belfast

Published 05/02/2013

HMS Caroline
HMS Caroline
HMS Caroline is the last surviving warship of the First World War
The HMS Caroline which is docked at Alexandra Dock. The ship was built 2 years after the Titanic. The 'Tiller Flat' Emergency Steering Room
The HMS Caroline which is docked at Alexandra Dock. The ship was built 2 years after the Titanic. The Galley which was were all the food for the whole boat was cooked
First World War light cruiser HMS Caroline is docked in Belfast
HMS Caroline will remain docked in Belfast
HMS Caroline in action on the high seas
Captain John Ross (left), chief of staff of the National Museum of the Royal Navy, and Prof Dominic Tweddle, director general of the NMRN, with Tourism Minister Arlene Foster
The 98-year-old warship HMS Caroline berthed in Alexandra Dock
An appeal has been issued to find veterans and relatives of those who served on First World War battleship HMS Caroline

HMS Caroline rests in Alexandra Dock in Belfast, Northern Ireland. A National Heritage Memorial Fund grant of more than £1m will go towards urgent preventative work to secure the Caroline.

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