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In pictures: Scott expedition

Captain Scott writing in his journal in the Winterquarters hut, 7 October 1911.

Captain Scott writing in his journal in the Winterquarters hut, 7 October 1911.

Two members of Captain Scott's expedition team - Anton and Keohane - are captured getting a haircut.

Two members of Captain Scott's expedition team - Anton and Keohane - are captured getting a haircut.

Meares and Dimitri at the blubber stove in the Discovery Hut at Hut Point, 3 November 1911.

Meares and Dimitri at the blubber stove in the Discovery Hut at Hut Point, 3 November 1911.

The Terra Nova moored on the ice at Antarctica, 16 January 1911.

The Terra Nova moored on the ice at Antarctica, 16 January 1911.

Team members examine a crevice in the ice with the Terra Nova in the background, 5 January 1911.

Team members examine a crevice in the ice with the Terra Nova in the background, 5 January 1911.

Petty Officer Edgar Evans, who was among those picked to make the final push on the pole, and Crean mending sleeping bags.

Petty Officer Edgar Evans, who was among those picked to make the final push on the pole, and Crean mending sleeping bags.

The relief party pose for a picture by Frank Debenham during the expedition.

The relief party pose for a picture by Frank Debenham during the expedition.

Herbert Ponting at work in the dark room.

Herbert Ponting at work in the dark room. the images will be accessible on the Scott Polar Research Institute (SPRI) website from 4 March.



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