Skulling a sampan at Penang
A slightly distant bow view of a sampan being skulled by a standing man in Penang harbour. The boat has occuli on either bow and the number 38 is inside the transom. Local, coastal and deep sea steamships are in the background. The photographer was at Penang 28 February to 7 March 1938. A vertical format negative. Negatives numbers P34029 and P34030 are of the same vessel and person. Waters Collection: HNC0410
Object number: P34029
Artist: David Watkin Waters
Dimensions: 446 mm x 303 mm
- Image reference: P34029
- © National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London, Waters Collection
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