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in Melbourne in 1888.
The iron clipper 'Loch Etive' (1877, 1235 GRT) was built by Inglis for the Loch Line of Glasgow. She served the Australian wool trade for over 30...
The four-masted steel barque 'Lindfield' (1891) built at Greenock for Shaw, Savill and Company. She was used mainly in the South American nitrate...
The Norwegian 4-masted barque 'Leviathan' (1876). She was typical of hundreds of vessels that carried Norwegian timber to Britain until the 1920s...
) Steam Ship, inside and out (portside view and cross section).
A portside view and cross-section of the 'Great Eastern'. Brunel's massive ship - easily the largest of the Victorian age - captured the public...
(1893) passing Greenwich.
The 'London Belle' (738 GRT) was built by Denny & Bros at Dumbarton for the London, Woolwich and Clacton-on-Sea Steamboat Company, entering...
(1866) moored to a buoy on the Thames at Gravesend.
The cargo and passenger liner 'Mataura' (1866) was built by the Millwall Steam Ship Company for the short-lived Panama, New Zealand & Australia...
on the Stocks, building at Woolwich in the year 1814.
The man-of-war 'Nelson' on the stocks, being admired by ladies and gentleman in the foreground. There are men at work, seven are carrying a large...
The 'Neotsfield' (1889) under sail. Built by the Dumbarton firm of McMillan & Son, she served the Australian wool trade for over a decade before...
The Union Line's passenger and cargo liner 'Moor' (1881) was built for the South African mail service. By 1900, she was no longer fast enough. She...
The three-masted barque 'Monkbarns' (1895) on the Charlton Buoys.
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