On Location

Here are several of the sites we visited while filming this story.

Stephen Cheasley, Canadian Railway Museum

Stephen Cheasley, Canadian Railway Museum

Stephen Cheasley is the President of Exporail, The Canadian Railway Museum. The museum archives hold many artifacts from the Hays family, such as the gold pocket watch that was discovered on the body of Charles Hays when it was discovered, and many photographs and family scrap books. They also have... Read More »

 

Jim West, Prince Rupert

Jim West, Prince Rupert

Jim West was instrumental in having the statue of Charles Hays erected beside City Hall in Prince Rupert. The sculptor was Elek Imredy from Vancouver, who also sculpted Girl in Wet Suit which sits on a rock in front of Stanley Park.... Read More »

 

P.H. Nargeolet, Titanic Diver

P.H. Nargeolet, Titanic Diver

P.H. Nargeolet is fascinated with shipwrecks. He was in the French Navy when he first heard that people were trying to find the Titanic. His dream to see the legendary ship came true when he headed the 1987 dive to the wreck site.... Read More »

 

The View from Halifax: Gary Shutlak

The View from Halifax: Gary Shutlak

Garry Shutlak is the Senior Reference Archivist at Nova Scotia Archives. He is an expert on the history of the Titanic and in particular, its connection to Halifax.... Read More »