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'Endurance' heeled to port by the ice
A stern view of 'Endurance' (1912), a wooden auxiliary discovery vessel, heeled over to port in the ice. The pressure and movement of the ice floes pushed the starboard side of the ship upwards on 18 October 1915, causing damage to the sternpost and planking. Hurley is recorded by Shackleton as taking an opportunity to record her in this unusual position. By 8pm the floes opened and 'Endurance' righted herself.
- Image reference: P00004
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London