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Antarctic Relief Expeditions 1902-04 Gallery

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The Antarctic Relief Expeditions consisted of two voyages undertaken to aid the British National Antarctic Expedition, 1901-04. These photographs chronicle the second relief expedition, 1903-04.

Choose from 85 pictures in our Antarctic Relief Expeditions 1902-04 collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. Popular choices include Framed Prints, Canvas Prints, Posters and Jigsaw Puzzles. All professionally made for quick delivery.


Capt Colbeck and Dr Davidson visiting the Terra Nova Featured Antarctic Relief Expeditions 1902-04 Print

Capt Colbeck and Dr Davidson visiting the Terra Nova

Photographer: Morrison, John Donald.
Expedition: Antarctic Relief Expeditions 1902-04
Date: 1904
Location: Scott Polar Research Institute, University of Cambridge
Capt Colbeck and Dr Davidson, carrying long poles, walking across the pancake ice towards the ship 'Terra Nova'

© Scott Polar Research Institute, University of Cambridge

Sledging. Man-hauling a sledge on the ice Featured Antarctic Relief Expeditions 1902-04 Print

Sledging. Man-hauling a sledge on the ice

Photographer: Morrison, John Donald.
Expedition: Antarctic Relief Expeditions 1902-04
Date: 1904
Location: Scott Polar Research Institute, University of Cambridge
Four men man-hauling a sledge on the ice, three dogs running around them

© Scott Polar Research Institute, University of Cambridge

Coaling from the glacier, 'Morning's masts showing above the ice Featured Antarctic Relief Expeditions 1902-04 Print

Coaling from the glacier, 'Morning's masts showing above the ice

Photographer: Morrison, John Donald.
Expedition: Antarctic Relief Expeditions 1902-04
Date: 1904
Location: Scott Polar Research Institute, University of Cambridge
A man on ski heading towards the fuel depot, masts of the ship 'Morning' in the background

© Scott Polar Research Institute, University of Cambridge