Artwork : ArchiveNo00061

Sledge - Captain Scott’s Antarctic Expedition 1910


00061-artwork.jpg

Artefact

00061_sledge.jpg

Contributor

richardnoyce_copy.jpg

ContributionForm
Contributor Name Royal Naval Museum
Contributor Image richardnoyce_copy.jpg
Profession

Location HM Naval Base (Dockyard)
Collection Date 30.01.08 12.23pm
Artefact Name Sledge - Captain Scott’s Antarctic Expedition
Artefact Description Museum Ref No. 1633
Good condition. Wooden sledge, with rope and planking on the top.
Runners are also made of wood. Leather straps.
Artefact Date 1910
Artefact Stored Dedicated store
Artefact Form

Artefact Image 00061_sledge.jpg
Sample Taken

Sample Image

History of Artefact Used by petty officer T.S Williamson who was on the expedition with Captain Scott. He was one of the first people to find Captain Scott’s body in the tent. The sledge was presented to HMS Vernon in 1913. When HMS Vernon closed (1987) the sledge was passed on to the museum.
Used for 3yrs.
Historian Richard Noyce
Previous Owners Petty Officer T.S Williamson and HMS Vernon
Special Memories

Artwork Image 00061-artwork.jpg

City Forensics Treasure Island - A Forensic Investigation of a City

Ideas, requests, problems regarding City Forensics? Send feedback

Copyright 2001-2019 © Seran Kubisa

Website Copyright 2006-2019 © Asitis Ltd