Enter the spectacular slipways of Harland & Wolff and explore the shipyard that built the Titanic and her sister ships.
Excited spectators in three piece suits mingle with workers in boiler suits as Harland and Wolff prepare to launch the refrigerated cargo vessel. Riveters continue their work high up in the impressive forest of scaffold. As the camera sweeps upwards it reveals the majestic scale of the 11,232 ton ship. The MV Cedric was sold to Liberia in 1976 and renamed the Sea Condor. It was scrapped later that year in Taiwan. The ship plans are in the National Maritime Museum.