Souvenir: Siding of Amundsen-Scott South Pole Station

Production date
2006
Description
Oak framed samples of the exterior wall cladding from the Amundsen- Scott South Pole Station, Antarctica. The orange metal section is from the old station and the grey section is from the materials for the rebuilt station, begun 2004 season. Made by New Zealander Mike Hole while wintering over 2006.
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Dimensions (h x w): 560 x 360mm
Other id
893
Accession number
2007.78.1

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