A Chronicle of Comber
The Town of Thomas Andrews, Shipbuilder, 1873-1912
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A Chronicle of Comber, The Town of Thomas Andrews Shipbuilder, 1873-1912 paints an intimate picture of Comber, County Down, hometown of Thomas Andrews Junior, Shipbuilder, during the thirty nine years of his short but hugely influential life (1873-1912).
It provides an outline of Thomas and the Andrews family, and will be gratefully acknowledged by the many who seek to learn more about this modest man - one of the most iconic, yet relatively unknown, personalities associated with the RMS Titanic.
The book includes a diary of local events based on articles in the Newtownards Chronicle, as well as detailing key world events at this time. This illustrated book will have an intrinsic appeal for anyone with an interest in Thomas Andrews and the Titanic, and also for those interested in learning more about the historic town of Comber, County Down.
Author: Desmond Rainey & Laura Spence
No. Pages: 208
Dimensions: 240mm x 170mm