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Robert Falcon Scott

Devonport 1868 - Antarctica 1912
British explorer who led two expeditions to the Antarctic regions
(Wikipedia)
Kathleen Scott
1915

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Description

Bronze statue of Scott dressed for the Antarctic and carrying a ski-stick.

Inscription(s)

ROBERT FALCON SCOTT
CAPTAIN ROYAL NAVY
who with four companions
e.a. wilson, h.r. bowers, l.e.g. oates, e. evans
died march 1912 returning from the south pole
'had we lived i should have had a tale to tell
of the hardihood, endurance and courage
of my companions which would have stirred
the heart of every englishman
these rough notes and
our dead bodies must tell the tale.
from scott's diary

ERECTED BY OFFICERS OF THE FLEET

Signature

k scott

London - Robert Falcon Scott

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Location (N 51°30'24" - W 0°7'54")

Item Code: gblo206; Photograph: 18 March 2019
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