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Port Stanley from the harbour, 1905

Reference Code: GBR/0115/RCS/Y30795A/4

Scope and Contents

158 x 113 mm. A view from across the harbour. At the left of the picture the hulk of the 'Great Britain' can be seen. Completed to the design of Isambard Brunel in 1849, she was the first iron-built, screw-driven vessel to cross the Atlantic. Damaged in a gale off the Horn in 1886, she sought shelter in Port Stanley and there remained until her return to Bristol in June 1970.


  • Creation: 1905

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2018-02-21 10:37:13+00:00

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