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911-10806 - Stromness Whaling Station on South Georgia, it was operational until 1961, and wa the place where Sir Ernest Shackleton finally reached after his epic seas crossing and trek across south Georgia.
911-10804 - An abandoned whaling boat with a harpoon on its bow at the old whaling station at Grytviken on South Georgia. In its 58 years of operation, it handled 53,761 slaughtered whales, producing 455,000 tons of whale oil and 192,000 tons of whale meat.
911-10805 - The old whaling station at Grytviken on South Georgia. In its 58 years of operation, it handled 53,761 slaughtered whales, producing 455,000 tons of whale oil and 192,000 tons of whale meat.
911-10803 - Stromness Whaling Station on South Georgia, with an Antarctic Fur Seal resting in an old propeller, it was operational until 1961, and wa the place where Sir Ernest Shackleton finally reached after his epic seas crossing and trek across south Georgia.
911-10807 - The old whaling station at Grytviken on South Georgia. In its 58 years of operation, it handled 53,761 slaughtered whales, producing 455,000 tons of whale oil and 192,000 tons of whale meat.
911-10486 - Second World war defences that for a long time were buried under the storm beach are revealed after the December 2013 storm surge at Cley on the North Norfolk coast, UK. The huge waves completely breached the storm beach, and pushed it inland onto the Cley nature reserve.
911-10599 - Stromness Whaling Station on South Georgia, it was operational until 1961, and wa the place where Sir Ernest Shackleton finally reached after his epic seas crossing and trek across south Georgia.