Discoveries in the Arctic Sea 1616-1927 Reproduction of former Admiralty chart no. 2118 published 1855, with corrections to 1927. Additional North West Passage tracks to 1954 by HM Admiralty

Discoveries in the Arctic Sea 1616-1927 Reproduction of former Admiralty chart no. 2118 published 1855, with corrections to 1927. Additional North West Passage tracks to...

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Maps & charts
Part of the Maps & charts Collection
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Discoveries in the Arctic Sea 1616-1927 Reproduction of former Admiralty chart no. 2118 published 1855, with corrections to 1927. Additional North West Passage tracks to 1954 by HM Admiralty zoom

Discoveries in the Arctic Sea 1616-1927 Reproduction of former Admiralty chart no. 2118 published 1855, with corrections to 1927. Additional North West Passage tracks to 1954

Tracks and exploration information in red. Tracks of: "Gjoa"- Amundsen 1903-7; HMCS Labrador 1954; RMCP Schooner St Roch 1940-42 & 1944

Object number: G285:4/22

Date: 1956

Original dimensions: 1020 mm x 1245 mm

  • Image reference: F9904

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