Permalink: https://photo.greenpeace.org/archive/Abandoned-Whaling-Station-in-Husvik-27MZIF9UK_U.htmlConceptually similarReindeer. Husvik South Georgia.GP013QBCompleted★★★★King Penguins in HusvikGP06JZCompleted★★★★Elephant Seals. South Georgia.GP011RHCompleted★★★★Tagged Elephant Seal in HusvikGP02Z6Completed★★★★Abandoned Whaling Station GrytvekenGP0137VCompleted★★★★Elephant Seal at Leigh Whaling StationGP013QMCompleted★★★★Leigh Whaling Station, South GeorgiaGP07N0Completed★★★★Abandoned Whaling Station GrytvekenGP0IKWCompleted★★★★Abandoned Whaling Station GrytvekenGP0UYZCompleted★★★★View AllGP0D05Abandoned Whaling Station in HusvikAbandoned whaling station Husvik. South Georgia.Locations:Antarctic-Antarctica-South GeorgiaDate:1 Jan, 1990Credit:© Greenpeace / Robin CulleyMaximum size:5634px X 3755pxKeywords:Antarctica World Park (campaign title)-Buildings-Day-KWCI (GPI)-Oceans (campaign title)-Outdoors-Toxics (campaign title)-WhalingShoot:Antarctica Expedition 1989/90Antarctica expedition 89/90. Palmer Base (US).In 1987 Greenpeace established the ‘World Park Base’ in Antarctica which stayed until 1991. The base was part of a 7 year campaign which concluded successfully with the Environmental protocol to the Antarctic treaty, an essential first step to protect the last (almost) untouched continent on this planet.