Found in 5 Collections and/or Records:
281 x 224 mm. Showing the landing place, jetty and buildings, with ships moored or at anchor at the left. Terre-Plein stands on an artificial island SE of Suez which was created during the construction of the canal and connected to Suez by a 50 feet wide stone pier. Photograph by Zangaki.
270 x 218 mm. A view looking down from a roof top, showing quayside buildings and wharfs, ships moored at the entrance to the canal and the open sea on the horizon. No. 48 in a series of photographs by Zangaki.
287 x 223 mm. A view looking over an open square towards the houses of the town and distant hills. Photograph by Zangaki.
280 x 219 mm. A poor photograph, with a double image through movement during exposure or printing. A view looking along the canal, with a three-masted steamer approaching from the right.
280 x 218 mm. A view looking along the canal with ships moored on the far bank, and a troopship steaming up the canal. The station is the cluster of bungalows, with a flagstaff, on the far bank-presumably military garrisons, or stopping-off places on the journey (descendants of Waghorn’s stations on the overland route from Cairo to Suez?)