Grace Horsley Darling
Grace Darling was born in 1815 and achieved great fame for the rescue she made with her father, keeper of the Longstone lighthouse, when the 'Forfarshire', a paddle-steamer bound from Hull to Dundee, was wrecked on the Farne Islands on 7 September 1838. Grace became the archetypal Victorian heroine in the aftermath of her daring rescue.
Rogerson & Tuxford (publishers)
Original size: 243 mm x 155 mm
- Image reference: PU3521
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London
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