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In pictures: Eric Kuhne and Todd's Belfast Titanic visitor centre takes shape

Eric Kuhne & Associates and Todd Architects’ Titanic visitor centre in Belfast has reached a major milestone after its aluminium cladding was lifted into place

The £100 million tourist attraction is expected to be completed in 2012 in time for the centenary of the Titanic voyage.

A series of images taken by photographer Donal McCann have also been released which show the building taking shape.

The aluminium cladding was designed and manufactured by architectural facade specialist Spanwall.


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