All aboard the Titanic in Llangollen
Horse-drawn boat rides on the Llangollen Canal were so popular by 1910 that the proprietor bought larger vessels which carried the names of ocean liners. He named one of them 'Titanic' after the huge liner then ...
being built - a name which was yet to be sullied by disaster at sea. For more about the history of the boat rides - still powered by horses today - use your smartphone to scan the HistoryPoints QR codes at Llangollen Wharf, where the rides start. Or click here