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Harland & Wolff: Iconic Belfast shipyard through the years [Photos]

Shell tanker Myrina being assembled in September 1967 at the Harland and Wolff shipyard. PA/PA Wire
Shell tanker Myrina being assembled in September 1967 at the Harland and Wolff shipyard. PA/PA Wire
The Shell tanker Myrina being assembled at the shipyard. PA/PA Wire
January 1984 of Harland and Wolff Shipyard, Belfast.
The giant bows of an 80,000-ton tanker taking shape in the Belfast shipyard of Harland and Wolff in July 1963. PA/PA Wire
07/01/1966 - Sea Quest, British Petroleum's 9,500 ton drilling rig, after being launched at the Belfast shipyard.
11/03/1971 - A view of Belfast from the giant Goliath crane.
11/07/1982 - The return of SS Canberra from the Falklands conflict.
The SS Canberra in May 1982 of SS Canberra, on its journey south to the Falkland Islands. It was built at the Harland and Wolff shipyard in Belfast. Commando Forces News Team/PA Wire
HMS Belfast which was built the Harland and Wolff shipyard. It is due to be placed into administration on Monday. Andrew Matthews/PA Wire
One of the five Stena Line ferries undergoing a refit at Harland and Wolff.
Hydraulic riveters at work during construction of SS Oceanic in the early 1890s.
HMS Belfast being launched on St Patrick’s Day,1938.
Shipyard workers finish for the day in 1966.

The future of Harland & Wolff in Belfast hangs by a thread after administrators were appointed. Over the years, Harland and Wolff has been responsible for ships including the Titanic and the SS Canberra.

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