Harland & Wolff shipyard: In Pictures

A look inside the former shipbuilding giant

Monday, 5th August 2019, 1:40 pm
A look around Harland & Wolff shipyard

At its peak the shipyard employed 35,000 and was a major supplier to the war effort. Along with the Titanic the yard built most of the ships for the White Star Line

A look around Harland & Wolff shipyard
The famous cranes at Harland & Wolff
A look around Harland & Wolff shipyard
A look around Harland & Wolff shipyard
A look around Harland & Wolff shipyard
A look around Harland & Wolff shipyard
A look around Harland & Wolff shipyard
A look around Harland & Wolff shipyard
A look around Harland & Wolff shipyard
A look around Harland & Wolff shipyard
A look around Harland & Wolff shipyard
A look around Harland & Wolff shipyard
A look around Harland & Wolff shipyard
A look around Harland & Wolff shipyard
A look around Harland & Wolff shipyard
A look around Harland & Wolff shipyard
A look around Harland & Wolff shipyard
A look around Harland & Wolff shipyard
A look around Harland & Wolff shipyard
A look around Harland & Wolff shipyard
A look around Harland & Wolff shipyard
A look around Harland & Wolff shipyard
A look around Harland & Wolff shipyard
A look around Harland & Wolff shipyard
A look around Harland & Wolff shipyard
A look around Harland & Wolff shipyard
A look around Harland & Wolff shipyard
A look around Harland & Wolff shipyard
A look around Harland & Wolff shipyard
A look around Harland & Wolff shipyard
A look around Harland & Wolff shipyard
A look around Harland & Wolff shipyard