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FN Pick: Titanic Artifacts

A museum exhibition in Singapore features never-before-seen artifacts recovered from the sunken ship, such as these brown, cap-toe men's boots.

Titantic Singapore

All aboard. Kate and Leo may have sailed back into the boxoffice this weekend in James Cameron’s 3-D update of the doomed-for-disaster romance “Titanic,” but a museum exhibition in Singapore gave visitors a real look at life on the luxury liner, which sank a century ago, on April 15, 1912. The exhibition features never-before-seen artifacts recovered from the sunken ship — such as these brown, cap-toe men’s boots — placed alongside personal stories of passengers and crew.

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