HMS 'Trafalgar' sailing into Malta Harbour with loss of  her rudder head after a gale, 9 February 1852 by George Pechell Mends

HMS 'Trafalgar' sailing into Malta Harbour with loss of her rudder head after a gale, 9 February 1852

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HMS 'Trafalgar' sailing into Malta Harbour with loss of  her rudder head after a gale, 9 February 1852 by George Pechell Mends zoom

HMS 'Trafalgar' sailing into Malta Harbour with loss of her rudder head after a gale, 9 February 1852

Inscribed top left, 'HMS Trafalgar /sailing into Malta Harbour / with loss of rudder head / after the gale - Feby 9th 1852' and bottom 'Terrible', which identifies the naval auxiliary steamer in attendance to the right. The outlying fortification on the left is probably the seaward point of St Elmo, with two men rowing a Maltese dghaisa between it and the ship. The promontory on the left is the outlying end of Fort Ricasoli.
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Original size: 255 mm x 372 mm

  • Image reference: PZ0864-001

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