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Today Cape Race is considered one of the world's most appropriate places for connecting with the Titanic story.

The dramatic headland at Cape Race has a compelling history that goes back to the first maps of the new world but is best known as the home of the Marconi Station that received Titanic's distress signal on the night of April 14, 1912.

Today Cape Race is considered one of the world's most appropriate places for connecting with the Titanic story. It is the closest point of land to the Titanic gravesite and is home to the Myrick Wireless Interpretation Center where visitors can closely connect with the region's wireless and Titanic heritage.

 Come visit us on Newfoundland’s Irish Loop or Titanic Trail!

  

Parks Stephenson speaks to the folks attending the Titanic Commemorative Dinner at Trepassey near Cape Race.  Later that night he would join all the participants to hear Titanic’s...

The Receiving Titanic Commemorative Program on April 14/15 included a wonderful performance by The Man of a Thousand Songs, Ron Hynes. Ron has family ties to Long Beach and other communities on...