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Published: February 25th 2014
Port Lockroy on Goudier Island
Formerly used since 1944 until 1962 to establish British presence in the Antarctic. Now fully restored since 1996, it is used each summer for conservation work and as a living museum and post office under the management of the UK Heritage Trust´s flagship project.
Here are more photos that have spilled over to yet another blog entry from my epic journey through Antarctica. Just so you know, I took about 2000 photos in total on my expedition. So to narrow them down to about 140 photos, was not an easy task. When there were so many photo-ops with the wildlife and landscape, it is a rather difficult undertaking to edit to the best ones to tell my story, and to not bore you with so many penguin pics!
The Museum in Port Lockroy was most amusing as you will see with the photos.
Thanks for all the great comments by the way, just so you all know, we are reading them and we love getting them!
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