NGC 6181 - SN 1926B: a blue and bright double-lobed object is visible at
the site of this supernova. It lies within the 5 arcsec ring and
occupies more than half of it. Classified as a candidate (see Table 3).
This SN lies on the top left corner of the PC images retrieved from the
archive. The SN environment is not very crowded, at the extreme end of
the spiral arm. Some faint compact sources of emission are visible.