RMS Titanic and her Links to Bath

09 May 2019

Bryan Chalker
sometime Chairman of B&NES Council,
Mayor of Bath, and Bath’s Heritage Champion

On 14 April 1912, RMS Titanic collided with an iceberg and sank in the North Atlantic. Bryan Chalker has researched the dreadful event and will reveal how the ship had several links to Bath, not least with Stothert and Pitt cranes and a lady called Edwina ‘Winnie’ Celia Troutt, born and brought up in Bath, who survived the ship’s sinking, and devoted her long life commemorating those who lost their lives that night.

Bryan Chalker, ex Mayor of Bath