Trincomalee (inhabited place)
Found in 13 Collections and/or Records:
275 x 209 mm. View from Dutch Point looking north across Dutch Bay towards the promontory on which Fort Frederick stands. Army quarters can be seen on the foreshore, with the ramparts of the fort itself partially visible on the left. See also BAM 2/30, 32-33. Photographer unknown, probably W.L.H. Skeen & Co.
276 x 214 mm. A view looking north from Ostenberg Ridge, across Dutch Point and Dutch Bay towards Fort Frederick situated on the promontory at the far side of the Bay. Photograph probably by M.A. Cameron.
Monochrome postcards showing views in Colombo, Kandy and the ruined cities of Anuradhapura and Polonnaruwa, published by Platé Ltd.
274 x 209 mm. View from the upper storey of an unidentified house, looking across a garden to a jetty and the harbour beyond. The photograph appears to have been taken from a point N.E. of the Naval Yard looking towards it and the Ostenberg Ridge, with Little Sober Island in the right middle ground.
205 x 259 mm. View looking along a sheer ridge of cliffs towards a headland. This is possibly the Saami Rock at Dutch Point, a place of pilgrimage to the Singhalese, see Henry W. Cave, ‘The book of Ceylon’ (London, 1908), pp. 630-633.
191 x 260 mm. Close up view of a cliff face, probably at the same location as Y303G/13.
260 x 205 mm. Showing two British warships at anchor in Trincomalee Harbour. The buildings on the shoreline are probably the Naval Yards, with Ostenberg Fort on the ridge behind.
260 x 204 mm. View looking down on ships anchored in Trincomalee Harbour. The viewpoint has not been positively identified, but is probably from the Ostenberg Fort looking S.W. across the harbour towards Clappenberg Point.
260 x 204 mm. View looking down on shipping at anchor in the harbour. The three ships appear to be the same vessels seen in Y303G/10, possibly photographed from Little Sober Island.
260 x 203 mm. View looking across a channel towards a long ridge. With palm trees in the foreground. Exact location unidentified, but probably part of Trincomalee Harbour.
265 x 204 mm. Duplicate of preceding print. Photograph probably by M.A. Cameron.
277 x 214 mm. A view looking south across Dutch Bay towards Dutch Point with army quarters in the foreground. The view looks back towards the location from which the preceding print was photographed. Photograph probably by M.A. Cameron.