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The 'County of Inverness' at Port Adelaide

The 'County of Inverness' at Port Adelaide

The four masted iron barque (ex ship) 'County of Inverness', 1636 tons, at Port Adelaide [iron 4 mast ship, later barque, 1716 tons. ON76733, 266.6 x 38.8 x 23.6. Built 1877 (1) Barclay, Curle and Co. Glasgow. Owners R&J Craig, registered Glasgow, 1899 sold to Shaw, Savill and Co, then sold foreign and renamed Dora and finally under French flag as Carmen, and fitted with auxiliary engine].

The 'County of Kinross' under sail

The 'County of Kinross' under sail

The four masted iron ship 'County of Kinross', 1641 tons, under sail [iron 4 mast ship, 1716 gross tons, ON78570, 267.0 x 38.8 x 23.6. Built 1878 (1) Barclay, Curle and Co. Glasgow. Owners R&J Craig, registered Glasgow. Sold c.1906 to Norway, reduced to a 4 mast barque and renamed Marpesia, broken up in 1920's].

The 'County of Kinross' at the Semaphore anchorage

The 'County of Kinross' at the Semaphore anchorage

The four masted iron ship 'County of Kinross', 1641 tons, at the Semaphore anchorage [iron 4 mast ship, 1716 gross tons, ON78570, 267.0 x 38.8 x 23.6. Built 1878 (1) Barclay, Curle and Co. Glasgow. Owners R&J Craig, registered Glasgow. Sold c.1906 to Norway, reduced to a 4 mast barque and renamed Marpesia, broken up in 1920's].

The 'County of Linlithgow' in an unidentified port

The 'County of Linlithgow' in an unidentified port

The four masted iron ship 'County of Linlithgow', 2202 tons, in an unidentified port [iron 4 mast ship, 2202 tons, ON93380, 286.9 x 43.5 x 24.1. Built 1887 (5) Barclay, Curle and Co. Ltd. Glasgow. Owners R&J Craig, registered Glasgow c.1907 to Chilian owners without change of name and later fitted with twin auxiliary diesel engines and became Katherine, a bulk petrol carrier owned in the Philippines].

The 'County of Linlithgow' in an unidentified port

The 'County of Linlithgow' in an unidentified port

The four masted iron ship 'County of Linlithgow', 2202 tons, in an unidentified port [iron 4 mast ship, 2202 tons, ON93380, 286.9 x 43.5 x 24.1. Built 1887 (5) Barclay, Curle and Co. Ltd. Glasgow. Owners R&J Craig, registered Glasgow c.1907 to Chilian owners without change of name and later fitted with twin auxiliary diesel engines and became Katherine, a bulk petrol carrier owned in the Philippines].

The 'County of Peebles' at Port Adelaide

The 'County of Peebles' at Port Adelaide

The four masted iron ship 'County of Peebles', 1614 tons, at Port Adelaide [iron 4 mast ship, 1691 tons, ON71742, 266.6 x 38.7 x 23.4 Built 1875 (7) Barclay, Curle and Co. Glasgow. Owners R&J Craig, registered Glasgow. Sold 1898 to owners in Chile, Chilian Government, for conversion to hulk].

The 'County of Roxburgh' under sail

The 'County of Roxburgh' under sail

The four masted iron ship 'County of Roxburgh', 2209 tons, under sail [iron 4 mast ship, 2209 tons, ON93277, 285.6 x 43.5 x 24.0. Built 1886 (6) Barclay, Curle and Co. Glasgow. Owners R&J Craig, registered Glasgow. Totally wrecked Takaroa (or Tokaroa) Island (Low Archipelago) South Pacific, February 8 1906, in a hurricane. All saved].

The 'County of Roxburgh' wrecked at Takaroa Island

The 'County of Roxburgh' wrecked at Takaroa Island

The four masted iron ship 'County of Roxburgh', 2209 tons, wrecked at Takaroa Island on 8.7.1906 [[iron 4 mast ship, 2209 tons, ON93277, 285.6 x 43.5 x 24.0. Built 1886 (6) Barclay, Curle and Co. Glasgow. Owners R&J Craig, registered Glasgow. Totally wrecked Takaroa (or Tokaroa) Island (Low Archipelago) South Pacific, February 8 1906, in a hurricane. All saved].

The 'County of Haddington' in dry dock

The 'County of Haddington' in dry dock

The four masted fully rigged ship 'County of Haddington', 1865 tons, in dry dock [iron 4 mast ship, 1943 tons. ON80432, 281.0 x 40.4 x 24.1. Built 1878 (11) Barclay, Curle and Co. Glasgow. Owners R&J Craig, registered Glasgow. Missing. Left New York for Shanghai on February 2, 1901 and not seen again]. The ship is in drydock at Sharpness Dock, Gloucestershire.

The 'County of Edinburgh' in an unidentified port

The 'County of Edinburgh' in an unidentified port

The four masted iron ship 'County of Edinburgh', 2160 tons. According to a researcher, the picture is taken on the Scheldt river in Antwerp, Belgium, very probably by Hugo Piéron from his studio on the 4th floor in the Kriekenstraat. In the foreground you see two low buildings that are part of the majestic pilot house that lies behind the photographer and is therefore not represented. In between the lower buildings you see the sloping bridge that leads down to the small floating embarquement of the Marguerie dock used by small fishing craft. Up-stream towards the sea and the main harbour installations including sea locks, the docks and dry docks, and the normal anchorage for the ship in the Kattendijkdok or thereabout are to the right. Across the river are the Dry Dock and Engineering Works of the left bank. A very similar picture is known of the Toxteth, see "The Wavertree, an ocean wanderer", George Spiers and Alan Villiers, South Street Seaport, 1969, page 50. Also refer to the print PRG 1373/18/60. [iron 4 mast ship, 2160 tons. ON90060, 285.6 x 42.5 x 24.3. Built 1885 (6) Barclay, Curle and Co. Glasgow. Owners R&J Craig. Registered Glasgow. Sold March 1903 to German owners and renamed Frieda].

The 'Levernbank' at Port Adelaide in Wet Dock

The 'Levernbank' at Port Adelaide in Wet Dock

The four masted steel barque 'Levernbank', 2400 tons, at Port Adelaide [steel 4 mast barque, 2400 tons, ON102612, 282.9 x 43.0 x 24.4. Built 1893 (8) Russell and Co., Port Glasgow. Owners: A Weir and Co. Registered Glasgow. Abandoned in sinking condition in Bay of Biscay in 1909].

The 'Thistlebank' anchored in an unidentified port

The 'Thistlebank' anchored in an unidentified port

The four masted steel barque 'Thistlebank', 2430 tons, anchored in an unidentified port. Also refer to the print PRG 1373/18/101 [steel 4 mast barque, 2430 tons, ON98604, 283.7 x 42.9 x 24.2. Built 1891 (1) Russell and Co., Port Glasgow].

The 'Cedarbank' in an unidentified port

The 'Cedarbank' in an unidentified port

The four masted steel barque 'Cedarbank', 2825 tons, in an unidentified port. [Cedarbank = steel 4 mast barque. 2825 tons, ON99839, 326.0 x 43.0 x 24.5. Built 1892 (8) Mackie and Thomson, Glasgow. Owners A Weir and Co. registered Glasgow, later Norwegian owners without change of name. Reported wrecked in 1917 although she remained in Lloyds for a few years after].

The 'Cedarbank' at anchor

The 'Cedarbank' at anchor

The four masted steel barque 'Cedarbank', 2825 tons, at anchor. [Cedarbank = steel 4 mast barque. 2825 tons, ON99839, 326.0 x 43.0 x 24.5. Built 1892 (8) Mackie and Thomson, Glasgow. Owners A Weir and Co. registered Glasgow, later Norwegian owners without change of name. Reported wrecked in 1917 although she remained in Lloyds for a few years after].

The 'Hawthornbank' when Danish owned

The 'Hawthornbank' when Danish owned

The steel barque 'Hawthornbank', 1369 tons, when Danish owned [steel barque, 1369 tons, ON96091, 231.3 x 36.1 x 21.6. Built 1890 by Russell and Co. Port Glasgow, Yard No 212. Owners: Andrew Weir and Co. registered Glasgow. In 1910 sold to J.A. Henschien, Norway without change of name, and later to Denmark again without change of name]. In 1915 sold to Motorselskabet Marienborg, and owned at the time of her loss by V. Henckel, Kalundborg, Denmark. on 25 April 1917, the ship was torpedoed by a German submarine off the North Coast of Scotland and sunk.

The 'Thornliebank' under sail

The 'Thornliebank' under sail

The steel ship 'Thornliebank', 2105 tons, under sail and 119 days out of Philadelphia. She was kerosene laden and leaking for 90 days. The photograph was taken from the SS Monowai [steel ship 2105 tons, ON106033. 269.7 x 40.5 x 23.6. Built 1896 (9) Russell and Co. Port Glasgow. Owners: A Weir and Co., registered Glasgow. Wrecked in November 1913].

The 'Thornliebank' in an unidentified port

The 'Thornliebank' in an unidentified port

The steel ship 'Thornliebank', 2105 tons, in an unidentified port [steel ship 2105 tons, ON106033. 269.7 x 40.5 x 23.6. Built 1896 (9) Russell and Co. Port Glasgow. Owners: A Weir and Co., registered Glasgow. Wrecked in November 1913].

The 'Beechbank' under tow

The 'Beechbank' under tow

The four masted steel barque 'Beechbank', 2288 tons, under tow [steel 4 masted barque 2288 tons. ON98699, 277.5 x 42.0 x 24.2. Built 1892 (3) Russell and Co. Greenoch. Owners A. Weir and Co. Registered Glasgow c.1913 sold to Norway without change of name. Later renamed 'Stoveren' and broken up in 1923.]

The 'Falklandbank' at anchor

The 'Falklandbank' at anchor

The steel ship 'Falklandbank', 1913 tons, at anchor [steel ship, 1913 tons, ON102685, 265.0 x 39.1 x 23.2. Built 1894 (5) Mackie and Thomson, Glasgow. Owners: A Weir and Co. registered Glasgow. Missing. Sailed from Port Talbot, Wales Nov. 9, 1907 for Valparaiso with coal and did not arrive].

The 'Falklandbank' in an unidentified harbour

The 'Falklandbank' in an unidentified harbour

The steel ship 'Falklandbank', 1913 tons, in an unidentified harbour [steel ship, 1913 tons, ON102685, 265.0 x 39.1 x 23.2. Built 1894 (5) Mackie and Thomson, Glasgow. Owners: A Weir and Co. registered Glasgow. Missing. Sailed from Port Talbot, Wales Nov. 9, 1907 for Valparaiso with coal and did not arrive].

The 'Springbank' anchored in an unidentified port

The 'Springbank' anchored in an unidentified port

The four masted steel barque 'Springbank', 2398 tons, anchored in an unidentified port [steel 4 mast barque, 2398 tons, ON104564, 282.4 x 43.0 x 24.4. Built 1894 (9) Russell and Co., Port Glasgow. Owners: A Weir and Co., registered Glasgow. c.1914 sold to Norwegians and name changed to 'Asyrm'. Condemned after dismasting in 1924 and broken up].

The 'Castlebank' under tow

The 'Castlebank' under tow

The steel barque 'Castlebank', 1656 tons, under tow. [steel barque 1656 tons, ON102671, 246.6 x 37.5 x 22.6. Built 1894 (4) Russell and Co. Port Glasgow. Owners A. Weir and Co. registered Glasgow. Missing September 1896 voyage Newcastle NSW to Valparaiso].

The 'Sardanha' moored in an unidentified port

The 'Sardanha' moored in an unidentified port

The iron barque 'Sardanha', 1146 tons, moored in an unidentified port [iron 3 mast barque, 1146 tons, ON87421, 215.1 x 35.1 x 21.2. Built 1885 (10) Russell and Co., Port Glasgow. Owners: W&J Crawford, registered Greenock. Then A Weir and Co., registered Glasgow. Became Norwegian without change of name].

The 'Forthbank' moored in an unidentified port

The 'Forthbank' moored in an unidentified port

The iron barque 'Forthbank', 1442 tons, moored in an unidentified port [iron ship, later barque, 1438 tons, ON78557. 246.9 x 37.1 x 21.1. Built 1877 (10) Dobie and Co., Glasgow. Owners: Smith and Service, rergistered Glasgow c.1894 sold and renamed 'Forthbank' by A Weir and Co., registered Glasgow. In 1910 sold to Peru and renamed 'Leonida'. Well known in the trade to Australia with some fast voyages to her credit].

The 'Willowbank' anchored in an unidentified port

The 'Willowbank' anchored in an unidentified port

The iron barque 'Willowbank', 882 tons, anchored in an unidentified port [Andrew Weir and Co. See 'Ambrose'].

The 'Allegiance' dismasted at Port Adelaide

The 'Allegiance' dismasted at Port Adelaide

The iron ship 'Allegiance', 1236 tons, dismasted at Port Adelaide. [iron ship later bq. 1236t. ON76368. 217.5 x 36.7 x 22.0: Built 1876 (10) W. Potter and Co. Liverpool. Owners David Morgan. reg. Liverpool then Mrs. ME Morgan. ].

The 'Allegiance' after being re-rigged at Port Adelaide

The 'Allegiance' after being re-rigged at Port Adelaide

The iron ship 'Allegiance', 1236 tons, after being re-rigged at Port Adelaide. [iron ship later bq. 1236t. ON76368. 217.5 x 36.7 x 22.0: Built 1876 (10) W. Potter and Co. Liverpool. Owners David Morgan. reg. Liverpool then Mrs. ME Morgan. ].

The 'River Falloch' anchored in an unidentified port

The 'River Falloch' anchored in an unidentified port

The iron ship 'River Falloch', 1637 tons, anchored in an unidentified port [iron ship, 1637 tons, ON89964 257.8 c 38.2 x 23.2. Built 1884 (10) Russell and Co., Port Glasgow. Owners: WD Denny, registered Glasgow c. 1890 A Weir and Co., registered Glasgow. Renamed 'Avenir' in 1909 under the Norwegian flag. Sold to Italy in 1917 with name unchanged and scrapped in 1922/3].

The 'Gifford' wrecked at Mussel Rock near San Francisco

The 'Gifford' wrecked at Mussel Rock near San Francisco

The four masted steel barque 'Gifford', 2245 tons, wrecked at Mussel Rock near San Francisco [steel 4 mast barque, 2245 tons, ON99822, 281.6 x 42.3 x 24.6. Built 1892 (6) Scott and Co. Greenock. Owners: Gifford Ship Co. Ltd. (Briggs, Harvie and Co.) later A. Weir and Co. Registered Glasgow. Wrecked Mussel Rock, near San Francisco in 1903].

The 'Gifford' wrecked at Mussel Rock near San Francisco

The 'Gifford' wrecked at Mussel Rock near San Francisco

The four masted steel barque 'Gifford', 2245 tons, wrecked at Mussel Rock near San Francisco [steel 4 mast barque, 2245 tons, ON99822, 281.6 x 42.3 x 24.6. Built 1892 (6) Scott and Co. Greenock. Owners: Gifford Ship Co. Ltd. (Briggs, Harvie and Co.) later A. Weir and Co. Registered Glasgow. Wrecked Mussel Rock, near San Francisco in 1903].