We are keen to keep a record of all the various memorial plaques across the world in memory of the ship itself and all the many passengers and crew who lost their lives.
If you have any pictures of a Titanic Memorial Plaque and wish to have them included please email them to
The first one we have is probably the newest only being erected on 11th October 2017 at the Poppins Tea Room in Horwich in the UK in memory of William Parr one of the ship's designers who was part of the Harland and Wolff Guarantee Group travelling on the maiden voyage to help fix any last minute snags. None of this group survived the disaster.
The next one is a plaque from Guernsey in the Channel Isles in memory of 14 Guernsey residents who lost their lives in the disaster. It is located at the North Esplanade in St. Peter Port just beside the kiosk selling tickets for the Herm Island ferry.