HTTP/1.1 200 OK Date: Thu, 02 Jul 2015 21:27:05 GMT Server: Apache/1.3.31 (Unix) mod_auth_tkt/1.3.11 PHP/4.3.8 mod_ssl/2.8.19 OpenSSL/0.9.7d mod_perl/1.29 X-Powered-By: PHP/4.3.8 Set-Cookie: cookieConsent=X; path=/ Connection: close Content-Type: text/html
Our site is using cookies to record anonymous visitor statistics and enhance your user experience. OK | Find out moreSkip navigation
About BAS - Twin Otter at Sky Blu
Home » About BAS » Our Organisation » Our History » British Research Stations and Refuges » Horseshoe Island »
Position: Lat. 67° 49′ S, Long. 67° 18′ W
General location: Horseshoe Island, Bourgeois Fjord, Marguerite Bay
Survey, geology and meteorology.
Closed in 1960 when personnel transferred to Stonington Island (Station E). Reopened briefly in 1969 to complete local survey work.
Horseshoe Island Station, 1957/8.
S E Black, D Statham and G Stride, 27 May 1958: single cross on Beacon Hill.
Closed. Used by BAS personnel on field trips from Rothera (Station R). Site cleaned up by BAS March 1995. Designated as Historic Site No. 63 under the Antarctic Treaty, 19 May 1995 (includes Blaiklock Island refuge). Building conservation work undertaken in Mar 1997.
Associated Refuge: Blaiklock Island .
Back to Top Email to a Friend
© NERC-BAS 2015
Change Text Only Settings
Graphic version of this page