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  1. A church surrounded by snow at South Georgia Island.
  2. Stromness cemetery and bluff.
  3. Stromness station Shackleton and his two exhausted companions entered May 20, 1916.
  4. The whaling factory at Grytviken, where whales were stripped and rendered into oil.
  5. Whale bones at Grytviken, South Georgia.
  6. Former Stromness whaling station.
  7. A misty rising bluff at Stromness.
  8. After polar guides test the ice floe's safety, the film crew prepares for shooting.
  9. The James Caird navigated this tiny Cave Cove near Cape Rosa in King Haakon Bay.

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