The remaining station buildings were dismantled over the years, save for Port Stanley.
The ship began to sink but was able to get to Port Stanley for repairs.
Unfortunately, there was no dry dock in Port Stanley in 1984.
A small channel passes through to the town of Port Stanley itself.
The squadron continued to assist ground troops during the war before the white flag was eventually raised over Port Stanley.
The first passenger train reached Port Stanley on July 5, 1856.
On 2 December, the expedition reached Port Stanley, where they received their first news from the outside world.
They departed the following day and reached Port Stanley on the morning of 7 December.
After a 24-hours trip from Port Stanley, the company reached its destination.
But, hold on - here's a new option we should consider: Port Stanley.