A century on from the Titanic’s departure from Belfast, the city remembers a time when it led the way in industry and how it is trying to once again take up that mantle.
In 1912, skilled shipyard workers who built Titanic earned £2 per week. Unskilled workers earned £1 or less per week.
The Harland and Wolff shipyard produced over 1,700 vessels and employed a workforce of 35,000 at its peak, after quickly becoming the engine room for Belfast's economic growth.
Fifteen years ago the Titanic Quarter was still wasteland; now it’s one of the biggest waterfront regeneration projects in the UK.
Belfast is no longer building ships, instead the city is now building software and is welcoming film crews.