Mount Ramsay

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Mount Ramsay (60°45′S 44°45′W / 60.750°S 44.750°W / -60.750; -44.750Coordinates: 60°45′S 44°45′W / 60.750°S 44.750°W / -60.750; -44.750) is a peak, 475 m, standing at the west side of Uruguay Cove on the north coast of Laurie Island, in the South Orkney Islands. Charted by the Scottish National Antarctic Expedition under Bruce, 1902–04, and named for Allan Ramsay, chief engineer of the expedition ship Scotia, who died on August 6, 1903, and was buried at the foot of the peak.

 This article incorporates public domain material from the United States Geological Survey document "Mount Ramsay" (content from the Geographic Names Information System).