Found in 9 Collections and/or Records:
289 x 228 mm. A view looking across the Nile at the first Cataract with rough granite outcrops projecting from the streambed. Four small Arab children stand in the foreground.
289 x 226 mm. A view looking along the north face of the Assiut Barrage, situated about half way between Aswan and Cairo, and built in order to divert water released from the Aswan reservoir into the Ibrahimian Canal.
283 x 227 mm. A view looking along the northern face of the Assiut Barrage (see Y3041B/25).
288 x 226 mm. A view showing a section of the Nile Barrage, with sluice gates controlling the level of the river north of the dam.
294 x 226 mm. A view looking along the Eastern or Damietta Barrage, a similar construction to the Rosetta Barrage (see Y3041/29).
286 x 222 mm. A view from Elephantine Island looking across the Nile towards the Cataract Hotel, an imposing building that overlooks the river south of the town.
295 x 232 mm. A view looking along the spacious dining-room of the Cataract Hotel, a high ceilinged room in vaguely Egyptian style, with rows of tables laid for a meal.
288 x 225 mm A view from the Nile looking towards Aswan, with dhows and steamboats moored and the bank and the houses of the town beyond. The town lies some five miles north of the dam on the eastern bank of the river.