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Albury

Albury

The 'Albury' tied up to bank.

Albury

Albury

The 'Albury', from a painting, 1855.

Albury

Albury

The 'Albury' at Echuca Wharf.

P.S. Albury

P.S. Albury

The 'Albury' paddle steamer at Goolwa.

Alert

Alert

The 'Alert' towing.

Alert at Echuca

Alert at Echuca

The 'Alert' towing a loaded barge past Echuca wharf.

Alert at Echuca Wharf

Alert at Echuca Wharf

The 'Alert' at Echuca wharf (P.S. Clyde nearest to wharf).

Arbuthnot at Echuca wharf

Arbuthnot at Echuca wharf

The 'Arbuthnot', wooden paddle steamer, moored at Echuca wharf with an unnamed barge on the outside.

'Arbuthnot' at Echuca wharf

'Arbuthnot' at Echuca wharf

The 'Arbuthnot', red gum plank paddle steamer, moored at Echuca Wharf. Koondrook Barge on the left.

Arbuthnot at Echuca wharf

Arbuthnot at Echuca wharf

The 'Arbuthnot' at Echuca wharf, with Koondrook Barge on left.

Arbuthnot at Koondrook sawmills

Arbuthnot at Koondrook sawmills

Arcadia

Arcadia

The 'Arcadia' paddle steamer, with barge, moored at river bank.

Arcadia passing Lyrup

Arcadia passing Lyrup

The 'Arcadia' passing Lyrup, January 17th, 1923. Low river; first boat for the season.

Arcadia carting wood

Arcadia carting wood

The 'Arcadia' carting wood from Catarupta Creek to Berri pumping station.

Arcadia at Pt. McLeay

Arcadia at Pt. McLeay

The 'Arcadia' at Pt. McLeay Mission Station landing, Lake Alexandrina fully laden with passengers.

P.S. Arcadia

P.S. Arcadia

The 'Arcadia', loaded with passengers for an excursion on the lakes. P.S. Arcadia built at Goolwa in 1903. Originally powered with an oil engine, a steam engine was installed in about 1906. The photo appears to be dated c1905.

P.S. Mannum & Argo barge being built

P.S. Mannum & Argo barge being built

Paddle steamer 'Mannum' & 'Argo' barge being built, Avoca Reserve, Mannum.

Argo barge

Argo barge

The launching of the 'Argo' barge next to the 'Albion', Mannum.

Argo

Argo

The 'Argo' being used by E&WS Dept. as an irrigation pumping barge, at Mypolonga.

Argo

Argo

The 'Argo' being used by E&WS Dept. as an irrigation pumping barge, at Mypolonga.

'Argo' (barge) on the Murray River

'Argo' (barge) on the Murray River

The 'Argo' barge stripped. [This photo was taken after the barge was sold to Ian Martin of Mellool Station. She was on her way to Swan Hill. (Information supplied by Frank Tucker)].

P.S. Ariel and barge, Wilcannia

P.S. Ariel and barge, Wilcannia

The 'Ariel' paddle steamer and barge.

Australien tied up for the season

Australien tied up for the season

The 'Australien' tied up for the season.

Australien on the Upper River Murray

Australien on the Upper River Murray

The 'Australien' on the banks of the upper River Murray, with children and passengers.

P.S. Australien

P.S. Australien

The 'Australien' returning from Yarrawonga, 1937, carrying car as cargo with family group on upper deck. According to a researcher, the people are Captain King and family with their Hudson car. Daughter Thelma is reported to have grown up onboard the 'Australien' but never learnt to swim. The 'Australien's last major work was building the weirs on the Murray in the 1930s. She held the record - 10 days - for the fastest run up and back on the Darling river. She sank near the weir on Lake Mulwala, Yarrawonga in around 1962.

Austria

Austria

The 'Austria', small paddle boat, tied up to bank.

Austria at Echuca

Austria at Echuca

The 'Austria' with rowing boats at river bank, opposite Echuca Wharf.

Austria with P.S. Maude

Austria with P.S. Maude

The 'Austria', small paddle steamer, with P.S. Maude and other small unidentified paddle steamers. A researcher believes that the unidentified steamer in this photo is the P.S. Fairy.

Austria on Lachlan River

Austria on Lachlan River

The 'Austria', small paddle steamer on the Lachlan River.

Avoca at Milang Jetty

Avoca at Milang Jetty

The 'Avoca' at Milang jetty 188-, with numerous paddle steamers and barges either side of jetty.