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Sturt Street

Sturt Street

Sturt Street, north side, 18th April 1979, right side of the building is 20 yards west of Sultram Place and Sturt Street frontage is 5 2/3 yards.

Rowing on Port River

Rowing on Port River

A rowing eight and cox on the Port River with the premises of J. Dunn & Co. and shipping in the background.

Mannum

Mannum

Mannum.

Our River, Port Adelaide

Our River, Port Adelaide

View of various ships on the Port River at Port Adelaide. One of the ships is the 'Yatala'.

Halifax Street

Halifax Street

Halifax Street, North side, 7th June 1974, Regent Street frontage is 35 yards and Halifax Street frontage is 30 yards.

Shipping on the Port River, Port Adelaide

Shipping on the Port River, Port Adelaide

Steamships and small yachts on the Port River, Port Adelaide, South Australia.

Old Port Adelaide

Old Port Adelaide

Watercolour painting of Port Adelaide by Harry Pelling Gill, dated "07". The artwork shows a small estuary with the Port River behind that and ships, wharves and buildings in the background. A note on the backing papers reads 'Presented to Helen Wright by Harry Gill, an artist, on Aug. 19, 1914. Bequeathed by Helen Wright to Dr Helen Young, and gifted to Dr C. Young in 1951. He died in August 1986. Inherited by his wife'. A further annotation on the backing board (obscured by the mounting) reads '(121) 908B/1 Bn Low tide - Hawkers Creek - River - Port Adelaide'.

Wilcannia Bridge at low river prior to lifting gear being installed

Wilcannia Bridge at low river prior to lifting gear being installed

Wilcannia Bridge at Low River, prior to lifting gear being installed.

Five prominent South Australian men

Five prominent South Australian men

Five prominent South Australian men standing together in front of a grandstand, possibly attending the races; the group includes A. Von Doussa, second left, W.P. Dunk, centre, and Sir John Lancelot Stirling, second from the right.

A street in the township of Blinman, 1897-98

A street in the township of Blinman, 1897-98

Photograph of a building lined street in Blinman, with a person standing beside a horse and cart in the street. Identified as 'Blinman 1897-98'.

Mine, Blinman

Mine, Blinman

Blinman Mine October 9 1920. The ore from Beltana was at one time also smelted at Blinman: this mine was finally abandoned.

Thompson

Thompson

Photograph of Mr and Mrs Thompson in the studio on their wedding day in 1941. They are flanked by two attendants. Both men are wearing the uniform of the Australian Air Force.

Port Adelaide

Port Adelaide

Last stand of mangroves on the Upper Reach of the Port River, Port Adelaide.

Carrington Street, South Side

Carrington Street, South Side

Carrington Street, south side, 18th July 1955. Right side of building is 48 1/2 yards east of Cardwell Street; frontage: 13 3/4 yards. This bluestone two storey building contains two houses. A motor bicycle is parked outside the houses. Part of the upper wall on the side of the house on the right is being re-bricked

Beetaloo Dam

Beetaloo Dam

Beetaloo Dam.

Railway Station, Adelaide

Railway Station, Adelaide

Railway Station, North Terrace. A morning train has arrived and people leaving the station are walking across North Terrace.

The 'Celtic Monarch' at anchor

The 'Celtic Monarch' at anchor

The iron ship 'Celtic Monarch', 2119 tons, at anchor. [iron ship, 2119 tons, ON87979, 277.3 x 42.5 x 24.2. Built, 1884 (5) T. Royden and Sons. Liverpool. Owners: Celtic Monarch Ship Co. R. Hughes-Jones and Co. registered Liverpool during WW1 or just before converted into a barge and registered in San Francisco under same name. Later renamed James Rolph and broken up 1934].

Irrigation Works, Berri

Irrigation Works, Berri

Irrigation works at Berri.

No.1 Battery, AFA

No.1 Battery, AFA

Members of the No.1 Battery, Australian Field Artillery at Cape Schanck. William George Haylock seated in front with peaked cap.

The 'Celtic Glen' under sail

The 'Celtic Glen' under sail

The steel ship 'Celtic Glen', 1941 tons, under sail. [steel ship, 1941 tons. ON99427, 267.9 x 39.7 x 23.4. Built 1892 (7) W. Hamilton and Co. Port Glasgow as Iquique for Iquique Sailing Ship Co. (Brodersen Vaughan and Co. registered Liverpool sold c.1910 and renamed Celtic Glen by Celtic Glen Co. (R. Hughes-Jones and Co.) registered Liverpool. Sold and renamed Riverford, then in 1918 sold Marine Nav. Co. of Canada Ltd and renamed Garthforce. Collided with an iceberg sout of Cape of Good Hope in 1921 and was towed into Durban and sold for conversion into a hulk.]

The 'Celtic Glen' moored in an unidentified port

The 'Celtic Glen' moored in an unidentified port

The steel ship 'Celtic Glen', 1941 tons, moored in an unidentified port. [steel ship, 1941 tons. ON99427, 267.9 x 39.7 x 23.4. Built 1892 (7) W. Hamilton and Co. Port Glasgow as Iquique for Iquique Sailing Ship Co. (Brodersen Vaughan and Co. registered Liverpool sold c.1910 and renamed Celtic Glen by Celtic Glen Co. (R. Hughes-Jones and Co.) registered Liverpool. Sold and renamed Riverford, then in 1918 sold Marine Nav. Co. of Canada Ltd and renamed Garthforce. Collided with an iceberg sout of Cape of Good Hope in 1921 and was towed into Durban and sold for conversion into a hulk.]

Carrington Street

Carrington Street

Carrington Street, south side, 9th February 1961. Right side of centre cottage is 13 1/2 yards east of Surflen Street; frontage: 13 1/2 yards. Part of the Golden Nut Easyspread Margarine Company regional office can be seen on the left of the photograph. A single fronted bluestone cottage abuts this business. A motorbike and car are parked outside

P.S. Sapphire with barge Undaunted

P.S. Sapphire with barge Undaunted

Bow views of 'P.S. Sapphire' and barge (later ketch) 'Undaunted', tied alongside, with covered cargo, at river bank. Group of six people, including two women wearing long skirts, pose for photograph taken 7 September, 1912.

Steve Hocking Motor Cycles, Wright Street

Steve Hocking Motor Cycles, Wright Street

Steve Hocking New & Used Motor Cycles, Wright Street, south side, 14th August 1964. Wright Street frontage is 9.5 yards and Russel Street frontage is 35 yards. Prior to this location, Steve Hocking conducted his business for many years in Flinders Street, Adelaide, and was held in high regard by the motorcycling community [information provided by a researcher]. A motor bike and sidecar can be seen parked outside

"Iron Flinders", Whyalla

"Iron Flinders", Whyalla

Launching of "Iron Flinders" at Whyalla.

Whyalla Shipyards

Whyalla Shipyards

Whyalla shipyards.

Statue of Queen Victoria, Melbourne

Statue of Queen Victoria, Melbourne

Written on negative envelope: '192. Queen Victoria statue, Melbourne'. View of the Queen Victoria Memorial, a white marble and granite scultpure, created in 1907 by James White. The statue is situated in the Queen Victoria Gardens, in Melbourne, Victoria.

Whyalla Shipyards

Whyalla Shipyards

Whyalla Shipyards.

Wright Street

Wright Street

Wright Street, south side, February 6th 1958, Wright Street frontage is 9.5 yards and Russel Street frontage is 9.5 yards. Right side of Steve Hocking motor cycle repair building abuts Russell Street, east side.

Whyalla Shipyards

Whyalla Shipyards

Whyalla Shipyards.