Whalers Trades Room
From South Georgia Museum
South Georgia's whaling stations were not just places where the great leviathans were dragged ashore and then processed. They were also largely self-sustaining industrial complexes where boilers and hulls could be mended, and blades and chain links forged. Skilled and inventive blacksmiths and engineers kept the stations running, and their work is recorded here.
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