containing 44 photographs by members of the Photographic Club, was
printed by Charles Whittingham. The image shown is one of many photographs
of the Crimean War by Roger Fenton, a vice-president of the club.
The photographic wagon, which he used in Yorkshire while producing
landscape photographs and later in the Crimea, was originally a
wine merchant's van converted into a portable darkroom, with chemicals,
glass plates and camera equipment.