Lievely Disco. The harbour looking W. and wreck of 'Wildfire'

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Lievely Disco. The harbour looking west and wreck of 'Wildfire' in 1876
Original photograph by T. F. Miller, [1850-1927]
Photograph made of paper, mounted on card.

Donated by Mr T. T.Miller, 1983
Museum number 1987-326-11

This sepia print has the words 'Lievely Disco' above the picture and 'The Harbour looking W. and wreck of "Wildfire" beneath. The card mounting is badly torn on the left corner and has a 'vee' shaped tear on the left side. The foreground of the picture shows an area of ice that stretched to clear water on which sits a boat containing two people. To the right, and slightly behind, the boat is the remains of the wrecked vessel 'Wildfire' while beyond the water are low hills. Two three-masted vessels are at the centre left of the picture.

Lievely Disco. The harbour looking W. and wreck of 'Wildfire'
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