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The Tekoa (1890).

The Tekoa (1890).
The Tekoa (1890).
© National Maritime Museum, London
Repro ID: G745
Description: The 'Tekoa' (1890) carried cargo, mainly refrigerated meat, for the New Zealand Shipping Company. She was in the Royal Victoria Dock during the census of March 1901, only weeks after this photograph was taken. In 1902 she was sold to the Nelson Line and became the 'Highland Corrie'. She was scrapped in 1909.
Creator: Unknown
Date: 11 March 1901
Credit line: National Maritime Museum, London
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