Object name: NGC7567
NGC 7567 is a strange, somewhat wedge shaped galaxy in the southwest corner of the Great Square of Pegasus about 180 million light-years distant. It is classified by NED as an Irregular but the NGC Project and Seligman says it is Scd?. That would indicate we are seeing it edge on and it has no dust lane. Not impossible but I prefer NED's Irregular classification due to the shape and lack of a dust lane. I measure it as being about 50,000 light-years in size. Large for an irregular which argues for it being an edge on spiral. The galaxy was discovered by Albert Marth on November 3, 1864.