Tuesday, November 30, 2010

Port Said, 1922

The harbor at Port Said, at the entrance of the Suez Canal in Egypt. The domed building in the far background is the Port Administration and the city proper is to the right. In the foreground harbor workers refuel a steamer with one basket of coal at a time.

As the port linking East and West it's an ideal location for all kinds of pulpy goodness. It's one of the few cities outside the United States that was visited by one of Lovecraft's protagonists- Nathanial Wingate Peaslee traveled through Said on his journey to Australia in "The Shadow Out of Time".


Anonymous said...

I went there in 1927 all my souvenir

>>> http://fr.academic.ru/pictures/frwiki/67/Carte_Egypte_Port_Said_1907.png

Mr. Remakre said...

Why do all the links that people leave, never seem to work???