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Lane Kimmel This kind of thing is fantastic. Thanks Google! Nearly all of us would never be able to visit this place. The quality of the pictures, and the setting, and condition of the items is really neat. Johan Oost Google.. thanks.
After reading the book of Shackleton's journeys I am intrigued by this kind off adventure’s. Imagine 1900, going where no one ever went, with gear far less appropriate than what we wear daily …. Only deep see, outer space and our own thoughts/thrives are left “terra incognita”. John Martinez I haven't been there yet, and it's one of my goals. Being a great fan of Werner Herzog, and the explorer James Wilde, I am more and more inspired each time I read about the people who found ingenious ways to survive before with poor equipment. James McRoy Unfortunately when we tried to organise a visit, the directions given by Google maps, were difficult to follow;-0.
Great use of modern technology. More please! oldschoolbbass Very exciting so glad that this site has been preserved and feels like I'm standing there minus the cold. Thanks Google Chris Kerr I am blown away with the quality & clarity. My Father spent sometime working maintainng this and another hut in 1974. I only saw his slides etc., This quality gives the place a whole new diamension and texture to the stories and images he had upon his return. It is like you've been there yourself. Thank you Google you contribute to our world well. Jonathan Wood What is amazing is how many brands still exist today. Lyle's Golden Syrup is still being made.. 127 year-old company. Moir's is still in operation though under a different parent company in South Africa. Colman's now owned by Unilever, and Bird's Custard is still carried by Kraft Foods. Peter Sobocki Incredible! ...I've spent nearly an hour zooming into every nook and cranny trying to read all the label's. What has really sparked my interest is that large orange cylinder assembly over the doorway, has anyone got any ideas what that may be? I think it may be some type of oil storage feeding the stove at the other end of the cabin.
I would love to hear from anyone who could provide any further information on this.