The restoration of the ship they call the baby Titanic is finally complete, after seven years of hard work.
The Nomadic was built to ferry up to 1,000 passengers out to the Titanic - as she was often too big to get into individual ports.
Now the Nomadic been returned to her original state, thanks to a major fundraising campaign and a Heritage Lottery grant. Our Transport Correspondent Mike Pearse spoke to Denis Rooney from the Nomadic Trust in this report.
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