1 Broadway, now a Citibank, was formerly owned by the International Mercantile Marine Company. It was purchased by the IMM in 1920-21, so is post-Titanic but is definitely a pertinant site. There are two side doors depicting "First Class" and "Cabin Class" entrances. Along this sidewalk now is a major bus stop so it was difficult to get these photos during rush hour when I was there. The building was added to the National Register of Historic Places on March 2, 1991 and was designated a city landmark by the New York City Landmarks Preservation Commission in 1995.
|9 Broadway, now a Radio Shack, was the site of the White Star Line. Passengers would have purchased tickets here for Titanic's return voyage on April 20, 1912.|
Now a post office, the Cunard Line building (1919) is at 25 Broadway. It was
the Carpathia's parent company. Cunard later merged with WSL with the
former being the senior partner.
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