The Marconi wireless room, which was used to send distress signals before the disaster on the morning of April 15 1912, is on show at Swaffham Museum for three months.
During the evening of the April 14 2012 the large liner struck an iceberg south of Newfoundland, Canada, and sank two hours later killing just over 1,500 passengers.
Approximately 2,223 were on board the so-called “unsinkable ship” at the time.
Retired lorry driver and Titanic enthusiast Ted Sinclair, 71, of nearby Beachamwell, spent four years creating a near perfect copy of the wireless room.
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