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Video: Much-loved Titanic mural restored to its former glory in east Belfast

A famous east Belfast mural has been restored to its former glory.

Admirers of the black and white Titanic wall painting - a popular stop-off point on the city's bus and taxi tours - had complained that it had become tatty, weathered and dilapidated.

It was only after a £3,000 cash injection that artist John Stewart was able to spruce up his original creation, which is located on the corner of Newtownards Road and Dee Street.

The mural - first painted in 2003 - commemorates the world-famous liner and the Harland and Wolff shipyard workers who built it.

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