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The 'Loch Shiel' docked in an unidentified port

The 'Loch Shiel' docked in an unidentified port

The iron ship 'Loch Shiel', 1277 tons, docked in an unidentified port [iron ship, 1277 tons, ON78568, 225.5 x 35.7 x 21.2. Built 1877 (12) A&J Inglis, Glasgow. Owners: James Arthur, registered Glasgow. Later Glasgow Shipping Co., registered Glasgow. Wrecked Thorne Rock, Milford Haven, January 30, 1894].

The 'Loch Sloy' docked in an unidentified port

The 'Loch Sloy' docked in an unidentified port

The iron barque (ex ship) 'Loch Sloy', 1280 tons, docked in an unidentified port. She came to South Australia, arriving 17 March 1895 at Semaphore [iron ship, later barque, 1280 tons, ON78562. 225.5 x 35.6 x 21.3. Built 1877 (11) D&W Henderson and Co., Glasgow. Owners: James Arthur, registered Glasgow Shipping Co., (Aitken and Lilburn, managers) registered London. Wrecked Kangaroo Island April 24, 1899. Only 4 survivors].

The 'Loch Ryan' docked in an unidentified port

The 'Loch Ryan' docked in an unidentified port

The iron ship 'Loch Ryan', 1264 tons, docked in an unidentified port [iron ship, c.1898-1900 barque. 1264 tons. ON76738. 228.5 x 35.8 x 10.7. Built 1877 (1) J&G Thomson, Glasgow. Owners: James Arthur and others, registered Glasgow. Later General Shipping Co. (Aitken and Lilburn, managers) sold 1910 to Defence Department of Government of Victoria, for use as a training ship, and renamed 'John Murray'. Used for commerical purposes during WW1 she was wrecked at Malden Island, mid - Pacific, July 1918. No lives lost].

The 'Loch Ryan' docked in an unidentified port

The 'Loch Ryan' docked in an unidentified port

The iron barque (ex ship) 'Loch Ryan', 1264 tons, docked in an unidentified port [iron ship, c.1898-1900 barque. 1264 tons. ON76738. 228.5 x 35.8 x 10.7. Built 1877 (1) J&G Thomson, Glasgow. Owners: James Arthur and others, registered Glasgow. Later General Shipping Co. (Aitken and Lilburn, managers) sold 1910 to Defence Department of Government of Victoria, for use as a training ship, and renamed 'John Murray'. Used for commerical purposes during WW1 she was wrecked at Malden Island, mid - Pacific, July 1918. No lives lost].

The 'Loch Moidart' in an unidentified port

The 'Loch Moidart' in an unidentified port

The four masted iron barque 'Loch Moidart', 2000 tons, in an unidentified port [iron 4 mast ship (vide Lloyd's Register) 2081 tons, ON85856. 287.4 x 42.6 x 24.0. Built 1881 (9) Barclay, Curle and Co. Glasgow. General Shipping Co. (Aitken, Lilburn and Co. managers) registered Glasgow. When bound for Hamburg with nitrate, she was wrecked on the Dutch coast January 26, 1890].

The 'Loch Moidart' at anchor

The 'Loch Moidart' at anchor

The four masted iron barque 'Loch Moidart', 2000 tons, at anchor [iron 4 mast ship (vide Lloyd's Register) 2081 tons, ON85856. 287.4 x 42.6 x 24.0. Built 1881 (9) Barclay, Curle and Co. Glasgow. General Shipping Co. (Aitken, Lilburn and Co. managers) registered Glasgow. When bound for Hamburg with nitrate, she was wrecked on the Dutch coast January 26, 1890].

The 'Loch Broom' in an unidentified port

The 'Loch Broom' in an unidentified port

The four masted iron barque 'Loch Broom', 2128 tons, in an unidentified port iron 4 mast ship (after 1905 converted to 4 mast barque) 2128 tons. ON90017. 287.7 x 42.5 x 24.1. Built 1885 (2) Barclay, Curle and Co., Glasgow. Owner: General Shipping Co. (Aitken and Lilburn) registered Glasgow. c. 1914 sold Norwegian owners and renamed 'Songdal' and was lost due to enemy action during WW1].

The 'Loch Broom' in dry dock

The 'Loch Broom' in dry dock

The four masted iron barque 'Loch Broom', 2128 tons, in dry dock iron 4 mast ship (after 1905 converted to 4 mast barque) 2128 tons. ON90017. 287.7 x 42.5 x 24.1. Built 1885 (2) Barclay, Curle and Co., Glasgow. Owner: General Shipping Co. (Aitken and Lilburn) registered Glasgow. c. 1914 sold Norwegian owners and renamed 'Songdal' and was lost due to enemy action during WW1].

The 'Loch Broom' docked in an unidentified port

The 'Loch Broom' docked in an unidentified port

The four masted iron barque 'Loch Broom', 2128 tons, docked in an unidentified port [iron 4 mast ship (after 1905 converted to 4 mast barque) 2128 tons. ON90017. 287.7 x 42.5 x 24.1. Built 1885 (2) Barclay, Curle and Co., Glasgow. Owner: General Shipping Co. (Aitken and Lilburn) registered Glasgow. c. 1914 sold Norwegian owners and renamed 'Songdal' and was lost due to enemy action during WW1].

The 'Loch Carron' docked in an unidentified port

The 'Loch Carron' docked in an unidentified port

The four masted iron barque 'Loch Carron', 2128 tons, docked in an unidentified port [iron 4 mast ship (c.1905 4 mast barque) 2128 tons. ON90033, 287.7 x 42.5 x 24.1. Built 1885 (4) Barclay, Curle and Co. Glasgow. Owners: General Shipping Co. (Aitken and Lilburn) registered Glasgow. sold c.1912 /4 Norwegian owners and renamed 'Seileren'. Lost during WW1 due to enemy action].

The 'Loch Carron' under sail

The 'Loch Carron' under sail

The four masted iron barque 'Loch Carron', 2128 tons, under sail [iron 4 mast ship (c.1905 4 mast barque) 2128 tons. ON90033, 287.7 x 42.5 x 24.1. Built 1885 (4) Barclay, Curle and Co. Glasgow. Owners: General Shipping Co. (Aitken and Lilburn) registered Glasgow. sold c.1912 /4 Norwegian owners and renamed 'Seileren'. Lost during WW1 due to enemy action].

The 'Loch Nevis' under sail

The 'Loch Nevis' under sail

The four masted steel barque 'Loch Nevis', 2431 tons, under sail [steel 4 mast barque, 2431 tons, ON104525, 301.7 x 43.2 x 24.6. Built 1894 (6) J Reid and Co. Ltd., Glasgow. Owners: General Shipping Co. (Aitken, Lilburn and Co., managers) registered Glasgow. Burnt at Iquique about 1900].

The 'Loch Nevis' in an unidentified port

The 'Loch Nevis' in an unidentified port

The four masted steel barque 'Loch Nevis', 2431 tons, in an unidentified port [steel 4 mast barque, 2431 tons, ON104525, 301.7 x 43.2 x 24.6. Built 1894 (6) J Reid and Co. Ltd., Glasgow. Owners: General Shipping Co. (Aitken, Lilburn and Co., managers) registered Glasgow. Burnt at Iquique about 1900].

The 'Loch Long' moored in an unidentified port

The 'Loch Long' moored in an unidentified port

The iron ship 'Loch Long', 1261 tons, moored in an unidentified port [iron ship, later barque, 1261 tons. ON76726. 228.5 x 35.8 x 21.3. Built 1876 (11) J&G Thomson, Glasgow. James Aitken and others, of Glasgow were the first owners, later General Shipping Co. (Aitken and Lilburn, managers) registered Glasgow. Missing. Left Melbourne April 29, 1903 for New Caledonia to load nickel ore for the Clyde, but failed to arrive. Wrecked, found at the Chatham Islands, east of New Zealand. Identified as from the vessel and it was presumed she struck The Sisters, off the islands, about the end of May 1903, and there were no survivors].

The 'Loch Ard' in the Thames

The 'Loch Ard' in the Thames

The iron ship 'Loch Ard', 1693 tons, in the Thames. Also refer to the print PRG 1373/15/14. With the paddle steamer 'Robert Bruce' alongside as this tug was London owned. Photo was taken in the Thames [iron ship, 1693 tons, ON68061, 262.7 x 38.3 x 23.0. Built 1873 (11) Charles Connell and Co. Glasgow. Owners: General Shipping Co., (Aitken and Lilburn, managers) registered Glasgow. Wrecked at Curdie's Inlet, June 1, 1878. About 27 miles west of Cape Otway, Victoria, with the loss of all but two of her complement of 52. One of the most sensational wrecks on the Australian coast and a whole body of literature has been built up around this disaster. Much too voluminous to list here. Almost any publication touching upon shipwreck in Australia will mention this wreck - a number of full length books have been written on the subject].

The 'Loch Linnhe' under sail

The 'Loch Linnhe' under sail

The iron barque 'Loch Linnhe', 1468 tons, under sail [iron ship rig, converted to barque c.1900. 1468 tons, c.1900 = 1329. British ON76732. 234.7 x 37.2 x 22.3. Built 1876 (12) J&G Thomson, Glasgow. Owners: J&R Wilson, registered Glasgow (NB - Not the proprietors of the famous 'Loch Line' well known in the Australian trade) c.1900 sold to Russian owners, later Norwegian. Wrecked 1933 near Mariehamn].

The 'Loch Linnhe' moored at South Shields

The 'Loch Linnhe' moored at South Shields

The iron barque 'Loch Linnhe', 1468 tons, moored at South Shields [iron ship rig, converted to barque c.1900. 1468 tons, c.1900 = 1329. British ON76732. 234.7 x 37.2 x 22.3. Built 1876 (12) J&G Thomson, Glasgow. Owners: J&R Wilson, registered Glasgow (NB - Not the proprietors of the famous 'Loch Line' well known in the Australian trade) c.1900 sold to Russian owners, later Norwegian. Wrecked 1933 near Mariehamn].

The 'Loch Linnhe' anchored in an unidentified harbour

The 'Loch Linnhe' anchored in an unidentified harbour

The iron barque 'Loch Linnhe', 1468 tons, anchored in an unidentified harbour [iron ship rig, converted to barque c.1900. 1468 tons, c.1900 = 1329. British ON76732. 234.7 x 37.2 x 22.3. Built 1876 (12) J&G Thomson, Glasgow. Owners: J&R Wilson, registered Glasgow (NB - Not the proprietors of the famous 'Loch Line' well known in the Australian trade) c.1900 sold to Russian owners, later Norwegian. Wrecked 1933 near Mariehamn].

The 'Loch Rannoch' under sail

The 'Loch Rannoch' under sail

The iron barque 'Loch Rannoch', 1185 tons, under sail iron ship, 1243 tons. ON60354, 217.8 x 35.5 x 21.0. Built 1868 (8) J&G Thomson, Glasgow. Owners: Glasgow Shipping Co., (Aitken, Lilburn and Co., - Loch Line) registered Glasgow. Built as 'Clanranald ' for JP Kidston, registered Glasgow. Sold 1907 to Norwegians and later German owned. Broken up. In the Australian cargo trades until 1906-7].

The 'Loch Linnhe' anchored in an unidentified port

The 'Loch Linnhe' anchored in an unidentified port

The iron ship 'Loch Linnhe', 1468 tons, anchored in an unidentified port [iron ship rig, converted to barque c.1900. 1468 tons, c.1900 = 1329. British ON76732. 234.7 x 37.2 x 22.3. Built 1876 (12) J&G Thomson, Glasgow. Owners: J&R Wilson, registered Glasgow (NB - Not the proprietors of the famous 'Loch Line' well known in the Australian trade) c.1900 sold to Russian owners, later Norwegian. Wrecked 1933 near Mariehamn].

Remains of the 'Loch Tay'

Remains of the 'Loch Tay'

Remains of the 'Loch Tay', last of the famous Loch Line. The keel was laid in 1869, and the hulk was left in this location in 1909. To see a selection of photographs in this collection, search on Archival number PRG 1642/13.

Ship 'Loch Vennachar'

Ship 'Loch Vennachar'

The ship 'Loch Vennachar', at Melbourne. She was subsequently lost with all hands at West Bay, Kangaroo Island, in September 1905.

Loch Torridon

Loch Torridon

Loch Torridon, ship at Port Adelaide.

The "Loch Bredan"

The "Loch Bredan"

The "Loch Bredan" iron barque, 982 tons, 3 masts, built in 1882 in Glasgow, registered in Liverpool. Visited South Australia in 1885. Last seen in September 1903 on homeward bound voyage from Port Adelaide to Capetown with bales of compressed fodder. Captain Williams was accompanied by his wife on that passage. Lost with all hands.

The "Loch Bredan"

The "Loch Bredan"

The "Loch Bredan" iron barque, 982 tons, 3 masts, built in 1882 in Glasgow, registered in Liverpool. Visited South Australia in 1885. Last seen in September 1903 on homeward bound voyage from Port Adelaide to Capetown with bales of compressed fodder. Captain Williams was accompanied by his wife on that passage. Lost with all hands.

The "Loch Katrine"

The "Loch Katrine"

The "Loch Katrine" was built in 1869, three mast ship of 1252 tons visited South Australia in the 1890s. In 1910 she was dismasted off Cape Howe and towed to Port Jackson and sold for conversion to a hulk

The "Loch Nevis"

The "Loch Nevis"

The "Loch Nevis", four mast steel barque built in 1894 in Glasgow, was rigged in Jubilee fashion with nothing over double top and topgallant sails. She visited South Australia in 1894 and was burnt at Iquique off Patagonia in about 1900 with a cargo of coal

The "Loch Sloy"

The "Loch Sloy"

The "Loch Sloy" was an iron barque of 1280 tons built in 1877. She was wrecked in Maupertius Bay on Kangaroo Island en route for Adelaide. There were only three survivors out of thirty

The "Loch Carron"

The "Loch Carron"

The "Loch Carron" was later the "Selieren".

The "Loch Lomond"

The "Loch Lomond"

Sailing ship"Loch Lomond".