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the titanic was built in belfast, then where did it go to be fitted

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we think it went to malta to be fitted and then sailed to liverpool ready for its naiden voyage. we think it also carried army personal and their families back to england on this trip, can you help.


The Titanic did not go to Malta. It was fitted out in Belfast at Harland & Wolff, on Queen's Island in the River Lagan. You can read the details here: A description of her sea trials is here:

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