Nimrod held up in the ice
British Antarctic Expedition 1907-09. Leader: Ernest Shackleton. View over ice looking towards the bows of the sailing ship Nimrod with foresail and upper top set moving into heavy pack ice. Men stand on the bowsprit, shrouds and yard.
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The Christmas camp on the plateau
British Antarctic Expedition 1907-09. Leader: Ernest Shackleton. J. Adams, E. S. Marshall and F. Wild stand in front of a pyramidal tent on a flat snow field. A loaded sledge stands next to the tent, a Union Jack flies from one flag pole and other flags fly from another. A theodolite stands on a tripod to one side, ice-axes stand in the snow.
Officers and Sir Leopald McClintock
Officers standing on the deck of the ship Discovery with Sir Leopald McClintock (top hat). Reginald Skelton (left), Captain Robert Falcon Scott (centre with sword). Ernest Shackleton behind.
Photographer: Charles William Rawson Royds (1876-1931). Expedition: British National Antarctic Expedition 1901-04 (Discovery).
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