Rorke's Drift (historic site)
Found in 6 Collections and/or Records:
192 x 135 mm. A group photograph showing fifty members of 'B' company, 2nd/24th Regiment who survived the attack on Rorkes Drift on 22-23 January 1879. Lieutenant Gonville Bromhead (c. 1815-91), who commanded the company during the defence of Rorkes Drift, is seated in the front row at the right with a spaniel at his feet.
Showing a general view of Mission buildings. The print is initialled 'SA'.
195 x 134 mm. A view looking across the Buffalo River from Zululand into Natal with the road from Isandhlwana to Helpmakaar crossing the drift at the left of the print.
The print is initialled 'SA'.
209 x 139 mm. A view from the Oskarberg Terraces looking northwest down onto the storehouse at Rorke's Drift with the foundations of the destroyed hospital buildings at the left. It was on the Oskarberg Terraces that the Zulus placed most of their available firepower, pinning down the defenders while their main body attacked the hospital and storehouse. The print is stamped 'Lloyd Artist Natal.' [James Lloyd]