Welcome to the Keasbury-Gordon Photographic Archive, an extensive collection of photographs and maps, most of which date from the 1840s to the 1920s. You'll enjoy a visit to our Ebay shop if you're interested in the history of railways; trams, aircraft; ships; canals; rural life; seaside; war; sport; industry ........ and cities, towns and villages in Great Britain.
About this image: We have been given access to a rare set of magic lantern slides relating to Captain Scott's ill-fated expedition to the Antarctic. This is the Terra Nova trapped in pack ice. It's a wonderful, atmospheric photograph. The reference number for this image is 107. The image on screen is a good representation of the photograph you will receive.
Date of original photograph: 13th December 1910.
About your photograph: You will receive a high quality photograph, printed by one of the UK's leading photographic laboratories. Please note that this photograph is reproduced from an original in our archive, it is not the original photograph.
Size of the photograph: 10 by 8 inches.
We prefer payment by Paypal. This enables you to pay securely by credit or debit card and us to despatch your order quickly. We also take personal cheques from UK banks. If you pay bay cheque, please make it payable to KGPA.
Postage, Packing, Despatch and Insurance
Packing and postage to any UK address is £1.50 and to other countries £3. These prices are per order, regardless of the number of photographs and cards purchased, so the more you buy, the cheaper it is per item. Orders under £30 are sent by first class post to UK addresses and by airmail to other countries. Orders with a value of £30 or more are sent “recorded” or “signed-for” with insurance. We will despatch your order within 4 working days of receiving payment.
Our aim is that you will be delighted with your photographs. To achieve this, we describe them accurately so that you know what to expect and we ensure that the on-screen images are a good representation of their content. If a particular image is grainy or has poor contrast, we bring it to your attention in "About this image". Some of our images contain minor marks and blemishes, as you would expect of photographs taken from originals that are up to 160 years old.
Most of our photographs are sepia toned and because computer screens vary, the colour might be different from that shown on your screen.
If you are delighted with your photographs, please leave positive feedback. If you’re disappointed, for any reason, let us know. We’ll put the matter right and learn from your comments.
This privately owned collection of historical photographs and maps started with the purchase of a few Victorian magic lantern slides at an auction thirty years ago. It now comprises over 15,000 images of cities, towns and villages and themes such as railways, trams, ships, rural life, children, industry, mining, war and sport. The original photographs are in various formats ……… daguerreotypes; albumen and silver prints; magic lantern projection slides; stereoviews; postcards; glass negative plates etc. We regularly list new photographs in our Ebay shop so please visit us again and use the search box to look for particular subjects.
Copying by any means is not permitted. Copyright remains with the Keasbury-Gordon Photograph Archive.
Please note that all on-screen images are low resolution and if printed direct from the screen are very poor quality …….. unlike our photographs! On-screen images have “K-GPA” on them to deter illegal copying but this will not appear on your photograph.