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Captivating View of 19th Century Farm Cove in Sydney, Australia

Take a look at this beautiful old 19th century photo of Farm Cove in Sydney, Australia. The details of it are quite amazing. See the ships in Farm Cove, Fort Denison in the distance, and the Man O'War steps filled with spectators in the foreground.
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Take a look at this beautiful old 19th century photo of Farm Cove in Sydney, Australia. The details of it are quite amazing.

Full glass plate negative of a view of ships in Farm Cove taken from the Man O’War steps. Sydney. The image depicts a number of battleships dressed all over and at anchor in Farm Cove. Fort Denison can be seen in the distance. The Man O’War steps and part of Bennelong Point appears in the foreground filled with spectators.

Source: Australian National Maritime Museum

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