It was 100 years ago today that Titanic set sail from Belfast to Southampton.She had taken more than two years to build and was the pride of the City.
The "fast, luxurious and safe" liner was in fact the idea of Viscount William Pirrie who had a home near Godalming in Surrey. Together with White Star he set out to create the largest liner afloat.
Now construction methods from the time a being used to build a three meter high replica of the Titanic hull at the Quilley School of Engineering in Eastleigh.
Mike Pearse talks to Christopher Carnaghan who's Grandfather was a carpenter on the ship, teacher Stephen Shaw and asks the designer of Queen Mary 2, Stephen Payne, if the disaster could happen again.