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Titanic Southampton

A visitor to SeaCity Museum looks at a board showing the number of Titanic crew lost at the museum's Titanic exhibition on April 3, 2012 in Southampton, England. The new SeaCity Museum, which will open at 1.30pm on April 10, 100 years to the day since the Titanic set sail from the city. The museum, which cost 15 GBP million, promises to tell the largely untold story of Southampton's Titanic crew and the impact the tragedy had on the city, as well as featuring other aspects of the city's seafaring past. (Photo by Matt Cardy/Getty Images)

New museum remembers Titanic victims

Curators of Southampton's new SeaCity Museum — opening April 10 — hopes to tell the story of the shattered city that the infamous ship left behind when it sank on April 15, 1912. Southampton, one of England's premier passenger ports, lost some 500 residents when the White Star liner sank beneath the waves.