SS 'Douglas'

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Portrait of the Lancashire & Yorkshire Railway steamer SS 'Douglas' trapped in ice in the Skagerrak. The picture was painted from a photograph taken by the ship’s steward, Mr A. P. May, who had walked out on to the ice from the vessel to capture the image.

Goole Museum



SS 'Douglas'




oil on canvas


H 51 x W 71 cm

Accession number

ERYMS (Goole) : G287

Acquisition method

gift from Mr P. A. May, 1965

Work type



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