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Feature: Southampton and the Titanic

It takes just a couple of minutes to walk from one end of Southampton’s Oxford Street to the other. But that’s plenty of time to experience just what the Titanic tragedy means to the city that crewed the great ship. At No 2 Oxford Street, second class steward George Hinckley and vegetable cook James Hutchinson both lost their lives. Three doors down the flat-fronted terrace, third-class steward Bernard Taylor didn’t come back to No 5. …

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Feature: Our Lord in the Attic

Little is left hidden in the red light district of Amsterdam. Here, generally, display is rather more to the point But, pick your way past the brightly-lit shop windows with their array of human goods and you find something truly hidden – a secret Catholic church created in the loft of a 17th century, canal-side merchant’s house on Oudezijds Voorburgwal. Our Lord in the Attic, Ons’ Lieve Heer op Solder, has been a church since 1661 – …

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