THE OLD LIFEBOAT STATION
The quiet village of Rye Harbour on the Sussex coast was the scene of one of the UK's worst lifeboat disasters. In 1928, while trying to save another vessel, the Mary Stanford lifeboat went down with all 17 members of the crew. The disaster wiped out almost the entire male population of the village and the effects of the tragedy are still felt in the village.
Limited Edition, Signed, Toned Silver Gelatin Print