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Century old Antarctic images discovered in Captain Scott's hut

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Alexander Stevens on Aurora deck
Alexander Stevens on Aurora deck
Ross Island, Antarctica. Alexander Stevens, chief scientist and geologist looks south. Hut Point Peninsula in the background. Cellulose nitrate processed sheet film negative, found in Captain Scott's 1911 expedition base, Cape Evans, Antarctica, by Antarctic Heritage Trust (NZ) conservators. Photo taken by Ernest Shackleton's Ross Sea Party 1914-1917.
Camping in Antarctica
Our conservation teams live onsite at the historic huts during the summer months (generally October to February). Their living conditions include a mix of tents and wannigans. The tents, referred to as 'Scott Polar Tents' have changed little since Captain Scott and his men used them nearly a century ago.