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Prospect Point Station J — History

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Location of Station J — Prospect Point

Prospect Point 1957

(Known as Graham Coast until 1959)

Position: Lat. 66° 00′ S, Long. 65° 21′ W
General location: Prospect Point, Ferin Head, Graham Coast

Purpose

Survey and geology.

Occupied

2 February 1957 – 23 February 1959.

Closed when local work completed

Letter J was originally intended for a station on Alexander Island in the 1948/49 season which was never established.

Current Status

Removed during March – April 2004.

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