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A survivor from the 'Elingamite' (1887) beng transferred from HMS 'Penguin' (1876)
One of the eight survivors from the sinking of the 'Elingamite' (1887) being transferred to an unknown vessel from the composite screw sloop 'Penguin' (1876) by stretcher through the upper deck portside gangway. A second stretcher is leaning on the bulkhead. The survivors were landed at 0925 on 15 November.
Willoughby Pudsey Dawson
Original size: 97 mm x 123 mm
- Image reference: N64370
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London