The Naval, Shipping and Fisheries Exhibition was a world's fair held in Earl's Court London in 1905  intended to mark the 100th anniversary of the Battle of Trafalgar, where a British fleet led by Admiral Nelson (who died in the battle) defeated a joint Franco-Spanish fleet during the Napoleonic Wars. The president of the exhibition was the lord mayor of London (then Charles Johnston) and the vice president Admiral Edmund Fremantle.
Trafalgar related items included an item labelled as the quilt from Nelson's bed on board ship and a "scenic interpretation" of the battle and death of Nelson
But in addition to Trafalgar commemoration, as the name suggests there were naval, shipping and fishery related exhibits.
And, as in following Earl's Court exhibitions in the 1900s, there were amusement rides including a Hiram Maxim Captive flying machine and a Shoot-the-Chutes.