Whaling ships in the River Tay

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Whaling ships in the River Tay
Black and white photograph made of paper

Donated by Mr Robert Ferguson in 1977
Museum number 1975-2-3-4

This black and white photograph shows two whaling ships in the River Tay. The closest is in the middle distance and has her stern to the viewer. She has all her sails furled but wears flags at the head of her main and mizzen masts. The second ship is further away and to her starboard. She also has her sails furled and wears two flags. There is a piece of land behind her. There are also three small boats in the water, one to the left of the closest vessel and the others between the two vessels.

Whaling ships in the River Tay
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