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||Monument outside RM Repository
||R.A. Band. Sunday morning
||Annual Course, 1886
||Barrack Clock [Shoeburyness]
||Offr. Qurs. [i.e. Officers' Quarters] Long Course [Shoeburyness]
||Sketches of Shoeburyness. N.A.A. Camp 1886
||On the ranges - low tide
||Shoebury. From shotyard
||On the ranges. High Tide
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Young collection on Gibraltar 1885
||9.2 [foot] gun of 23 ton at angle of 42 [degrees] 50. Fired shot 12 1/2 miles, Jubilee (89) shot
|Extent and Medium
||photograph; Fair condition, some fading in from edges.
|Content and context|
289 x 249 mm. A view showing army officers posed in front of a massive gun which is mounted on a railway sidecar. Figures identified beneath the print are: Sergeant -Major Cooper, General Biddulph (General Sir Robert Biddulph, 1835-1913), Governor of Gibraltar 1893-1900, but at this time Director-General of Military Education), Lt. Engl [rest of word obcured by tear] and Colonel Nicholson.
For another photograph of General Sir Robert Biddulph see Y3016C/9.
|Biddulph, Sir Robert (1835-1918) Knight, general, colonial governor|
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