Walking through the officer’s quarters, we see the desk, bed and personal items of Lieutenant Lockwood. His desk faces a window which looks out to one of the observatories. The camera slowly turns, revealing an open door leading to the pendulum, and eventually Lieutenant Greely’s corner. There we see a desk, bed and bookcase.
Walking through the communal living area, we see tables on the left and right where the men would be seated. Winter coats hang from hooks on the wall. A gun rack with several rifles can be seen on the right. The room is illuminated by a hurricane lamp suspended from the roof.
Walking by the kitchen area and towards the communal living area, we see an iron stove, tables, and chairs. Winter coats hang from wall hooks, and boots can be seen below them on the floor.
Walking through the communal living area, we see beds lined up against the wall. A large iron stove can be seen at the opposite end of the room. Tables containing plates and coffee mugs are visible in the foreground.
A computer animation showing the virtual reconstruction of Peary’s hut complex. The three huts slowly rotate with Discovery Harbor, filled with ice pans, visible in the background.
A computer animation showing how the Lady Franklin Bay Expedition house was constructed. The expedition’s ship Proteus is visible in Discovery Harbor, as the camera pans around in 360 degrees. The first pass reveals a wooden frame, with each subsequent pass revealing more of the completed house.
Animation showing 3D reconstruction of the Proteus, the ship that brought the Lady Franklin Bay Expedition to Fort Conger in 1881. The ship slowly rotates 360 degrees, revealing the masts and various deck features.