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The 'Cimba' anchored at Sydney, NSW

The 'Cimba' anchored at Sydney, NSW

The iron ship 'Cimba', 1174 tons, anchored in Sydney Harbour. Also refer to prints PRG 1373/3/115, PRG 1373/3/116, PRG 1373/3/117 and PRG 1373/3/118 [iron ship, 1174 tons, ON77444, 223.0 x 34.6 x 21.7. Built 1878 (4) Walter Hood and Co. Aberdeen. Owners: A. Nicol and Co. Aberdeen. Sold 1906. Norwegian owners. At some time in her career rigged down to a barque.]

The 'Patriarch' at Sydney

The 'Patriarch' at Sydney

The iron ship 'Patriarch', 1339 tons, at Sydney. Also refer to prints PRG 1373/3/45. PRG 1373/3/46 and PRG 1373/3/47 [iron ship, 1405 tons, ON60696, 221.1 x 38.1 x 22.3. Built 1869 (9) Walter Hood and Co., Aberdeen. Owners: Aberdeen White Star Line (George Thompson and Co.) registered Aberdeen: sold 1898 to Norwegian owners. Name unchanged. Wrecked 23 February 1912 on Cape Corrienties, south of River Plate, South America. First iron hulled ship for Aberdeen White Star Line. Said to have never had a serious accident or a bad passage in her career under the British flag and made some notable runs].

The 'Port Jackson' decorated for Christmas at Sydney

The 'Port Jackson' decorated for Christmas at Sydney

The four masted iron barque 'Port Jackson', 2212 tons, decorated for Christmas at Sydney. Also refer to the prints PRG 1373/4/41, PRG 1373/4/42 and PRG 1373/4/43.

The 'Mermerus' anchored in an unidentified port

The 'Mermerus' anchored in an unidentified port

The iron ship 'Mermerus', 1750 tons, anchored in an unidentified port. Also refer to the prints PRG 1373/11/16, PRG 1373/11/17 and PRG 1373/11/18 [iron ship, 1750 tons, ON67904. 264.2 x 39.8 x 23.7. Built 1872 (5) Barclay, Curle and Co. Glasgow. Owners: A & J Carmichael and Co., Golden Fleece Line, registered Glasgow. 1898 sold to Russian owners. Wrecked 29 Nov 1909 outward for Melbourne with timber in a heavy fog near Christiansand, refloated but not found worth repairing and broken up in 1910. One of the best known clippers in the Australian wool trade. Lubbock gives considerable attention to the ship, including original sail plan].

The 'Sir Lancelot', 'Spindrift', 'Serica' and 'Lahloo' at Foochow in 1868

The 'Sir Lancelot', 'Spindrift', 'Serica' and 'Lahloo' at Foochow in 1868

The composite ships 'Sir Lancelot' (far left), 886 tons, 'Spindrift' (left), 899 tons, 'Lahloo' (far right), 799 tons, and the wooden ship 'Serica' (right), 708 tons, at Foochow in 1868 ['Serica' = 'Serica' = wooden ship, 708 tons, ON45261, 185.9 x 93.1 x 19.6. Built 1863 (8) Robert Steele, Greenock. Owners: James Findlay, registered Greenock. Wrecked on Paracells Reefs, China Seas, 1873] ['Sir Lancelot = composite barque, 886 tons, ON49556, 197.6 x 33.7 x 21.0. Built 1865 (7) Robert Steele, Greenock. Owners: J MacCunn and Co., registered Greenock. c.1885 sold to Indian owners, Visram, Ebrahim and Co., Bombay, registered at Bombay. Foundered off the Sandheads, Calcutta in early October 1895 after sailing from Bombay on 4 May 1895. She was a crack china tea clipper] ['Spindrift' = composite ship, 899 tons, ON58329. 219.4 x 35.6 x 20.2. Built 1867 (7) C Connell and Co. Glasgow. Owners: James Findlay and Co., registered Glasgow. Wrecked on Dungeness, England, outward for China, in 1870].

The 'Liverpool' anchored in an unidentified harbour

The 'Liverpool' anchored in an unidentified harbour

The four masted iron ship 'Liverpool', 3400 tons, anchored in an unidentified harbour. Also refer to the prints PRG 1373/5/52 and PRG 1373/5/53 [iron 4 mast ship,3400 tons, ON93835, 333.2 x 47.9 x 26.5. Built 1889 (1) Russell and Co., Port Glasgow. Owners: Sailing Ship Liverpool Ltd, (RW Leyland and Co.) registered Liverpool. Wrecked on the coast of Alderney, Channel Isles, Feb. 25, 1902. For some years the largest sailing ship under the Red Ensign. Maiden voyage was made to Melbourne].

The 'Mashona' in Melbourne

The 'Mashona' in Melbourne

The four masted steel barque 'Mashona', 2499 tons, in Melbourne. Also refer to the prints PRG 1373/8/79 and PRG 1373/8/80 [steel 4 mast ship, 2499 tons, ON99337, 304.0 x 43.1 x 24.1. Built 1891 (12) CJ Bigger, Londonderry. Owners: W Lowden and Co., registered Liverpool, sold c.1904/5 to Norwegians and now described as 4 mast barque and c.1911 passed to Uruguay and was broken up in Italy in 1922].

The 'Port Caledonia' in an unidentified port

The 'Port Caledonia' in an unidentified port

The four masted steel barque 'Port Caledonia', 2426 tons, in an unidentified port. Also refer to the prints PRG 1373/17/80 and PRG 1373/17/81 [steel 4 mast barque, 2426 tons, ON99818, 283.3 x 43.0 x 24.2. Built 1892 (6) Russell and Co., Greenock. Owners: Crawford and Rowat registered Glasgow. To Finnish owners without change of name. Wrecked on the coast of France in the winter of 1924/5].

The 'Falls of Halladale' wrecked on the Victorian coast

The 'Falls of Halladale' wrecked on the Victorian coast

The four masted iron barque 'Falls of Halladale', 2085 tons, wrecked on the Victorian coast. Also refer to the prints PRG 1373/18/3 and PRG 1373/18/4 [iron 4 mast ship, later 4 mast barque, 2085 gross tons. ON93300. 275.2 x 41.6 x 23.9. Built 1886 (7) Russell and Co. Greenock. Owners: Ship Falls of Halladale Ltd. Wright and Breakenridge, registered Glasgow, later Wright, Graham and Co. and finally T Law and Co. Wrecked near Warrnambool, Victoria, Nov. 14, 1908].

The 'Wiscombe Park' moored in an unidentified port

The 'Wiscombe Park' moored in an unidentified port

The steel ship 'Wiscombe Park', 2228 tons, moored in an unidentified port. Also refer to the prints PRG 1373/13/92 and PRG 1371/13/93 [formerly Edouard Bureau - possibly also formerly 'Greif', the German sail training ship, participated in one or two Australian Grain races in mid 1920s] [formerly Edouard Bureau, participated in one or two Australian Grain races in mid 1920s] [steel ship, 2228 tons, ON99361, 281.0 x 42.2 x 24.0. Built 1892 (1) J Blumer and Co., Sunderland. Ship Wiscombe Park Ltd. (G Windram and Co.) registered Liverpool; c.1909 Chadwick, Wainright and Co. c.1919 sold French and renamed 'Edouard Bureau'; in 1924 sold German and renamed 'Greif' and fitted as sail training ship. Following stranding in 1927, was refloated, but not considered worth repairing and broken up in Ireland].

The 'Ellesmere' as a barque

The 'Ellesmere' as a barque

The four masted iron ship 'Ellesmere', 2708 tons, as a barque. Also refer to the enlarged print PRG 1373/2/45 [iron 4 mast ship, 2708 gross tons. ON91920. 308.0 x 45.2 x 24.7. Built 1886 (4) Oswald, Mordaunt and Co. Southampton. Owners: Sailing Ship Ellesmere Co. Ltd. (Fisher and Sprott) registered London. Sold of German owners before 1900 and renamed Schiffbek and altered to 4 mast barque rig. Hurst (Last of the Square Riggers) p. 127 says the ship was taken over by the Portuguese in 1917 and her fate is unknown. He incorrectly states the ship was built at Whitehaven].

The 'Ellesmere' anchored near hills

The 'Ellesmere' anchored near hills

The four masted iron barque 'Ellesmere', 2708 tons, achored near hills. Also refer to the original print PRG 1373/2/35 [iron 4 mast ship, 2708 gross tons. ON91920. 308.0 x 45.2 x 24.7. Built 1886 (4) Oswald, Mordaunt and Co. Southampton. Owners: Sailing Ship Ellesmere Co. Ltd. (Fisher and Sprott) registered London. Sold of German owners before 1900 and renamed Schiffbek and altered to 4 mast barque rig. Hurst (Last of the Square Riggers) p. 127 says the ship was taken over by the Portuguese in 1917 and her fate is unknown. He incorrectly states the ship was built at Whitehaven].

The 'Superb' anchored in an unidentifed port

The 'Superb' anchored in an unidentifed port

The iron ship 'Superb', 1451 tons, anchored in an unidentified port. Also refer to the enlarged print, PRG 1373/2/65 [iron ship, 1451 gross tons ON54755. 230.3 x 37.9 x 23.1. Built 1866 (9) E&H Green, Blackwall, London. Owners: R&H Green, registered London. c.1890 to Liverpool owners, and late some decade to Norwegian owners, without change of name. Abandoned, dismasted 27 April 1900 in south Atlantic. Subsequently taken into Gibraltar and converted into coal hulk, which was broken up about 1901/2. The first iron hulled ship built at the Blackwall yard. Regularly employed in the Melbourne passenger trade].

The 'Agamemnon' moored at Gravesend, U.K.

The 'Agamemnon' moored at Gravesend, U.K.

The wooden ship 'Agamemnon', 1431 tons, moored at Gravesend, U.K. Also refer to the enlarged print, PRG 1373/2/64. [W ship, 1431 g.t., ON26291, 252.3 x 36.2 x 23.2, B. 1855 R&H. Green, Blackwall, London: Owners: R&H Green, reg. London. Sold for conversion to coal hulk c. 1877. Usually employed in the Indian trade until 1870 when she was transferred to the Australian passenger trade for the last years of her existence as a rigged vessel. See Blackwall Frigates.]

The 'Superb' anchored at Gravesend, U.K.

The 'Superb' anchored at Gravesend, U.K.

The iron ship 'Superb', 1451 tons, anchored at Gravesend, U.K. Also refer to the original print, PRG 1373/2/49 [iron ship, 1451 gross tons ON54755. 230.3 x 37.9 x 23.1. Built 1866 (9) E&H Green, Blackwall, London. Owners: R&H Green, registered London. c.1890 to Liverpool owners, and late some decade to Norwegian owners, without change of name. Abandoned, dismasted 27 April 1900 in south Atlantic. Subsequently taken into Gibraltar and converted into coal hulk, which was broken up about 1901/2. The first iron hulled ship built at the Blackwall yard. Regularly employed in the Melbourne passenger trade].

The 'Agamemnon' moored at Gravesend, U.K.

The 'Agamemnon' moored at Gravesend, U.K.

The wooden ship 'Agamemnon', 1431 tons, moored at Gravesend, U.K.. Also refer to the original print, PRG 1373/2/61.[W ship, 1431 g.t., ON26291, 252.3 x 36.2 x 23.2, B. 1855 R&H. Green, Blackwall, London: Owners: R&H Green, reg. London. Sold for conversion to coal hulk c. 1877. Usually employed in the Indian trade until 1870 when she was transferred to the Australian passenger trade for the last years of her existence as a rigged vessel. See Blackwall Frigates.]

The 'Eva Montgomery' in an unidentified port

The 'Eva Montgomery' in an unidentified port

The steel ship 'Eva Montgomery', 1944 tons, in an unidentified port. Also refer to the print PRG 1373/2/86 [steel ship, 1944 gross tons. ON112822, 267.0 x 40.1 x 23.6. Built 1901 (3) W Hamilton and Co. Port Glasgow. Owners: W Montgomery, registered London sold to Hamburg in 1909 and renamed 'Orla'. Went missing in April 1912 on a voyage from Newcastle, NSW to South America. See 'Last of the Windjammers, Vol. 2].

The 'Eva Montgomery' in an unidentified port

The 'Eva Montgomery' in an unidentified port

The steel ship 'Eva Montgomery', 1944 tons, in an unidentified port. Also refer to the print PRG 1373/2/83 [steel ship, 1944 gross tons. ON112822, 267.0 x 40.1 x 23.6. Built 1901 (3) W Hamilton and Co. Port Glasgow. Owners: W Montgomery, registered London sold to Hamburg in 1909 and renamed 'Orla'. Went missing in April 1912 on a voyage from Newcastle, NSW to South America. See 'Last of the Windjammers, Vol. 2].

The 'Nineveh' at Sydney

The 'Nineveh' at Sydney

The wooden ship 'Nineveh', 1174 tons, at Sydney. This is an enlarged print from PRG 1373/3/31 [wooden ship, 1174 tons, ON48854, 209.9 x 36.3 x 22.6. Built 1864 (3) Walter Hood and Co., Aberdeen. Owners: Aberdeen White Star Line (William Henderson/George Thompson and Co.) Registered Aberdeen. Sold 1882 to owners in Sydney and wrecked in 1896. Well known and popular passenger vessel in the Australian trades and after sale was engaged in the trans Pacific lumber trades].

The 'Cimba' at anchor

The 'Cimba' at anchor

The iron ship 'Cimba', 1174 tons, at anchor. Also refer to the print PRG 1373/3/128 [iron ship, 1174 tons, ON77444, 223.0 x 34.6 x 21.7. Built 1878 (4) Walter Hood and Co. Aberdeen. Owners: A. Nicol and Co. Aberdeen. Sold 1906. Norwegian owners. At some time in her career rigged down to a barque.]

The 'Port Jackson' moored in The Thames

The 'Port Jackson' moored in The Thames

The four masted iron barque 'Port Jackson', 2212 tons, moored in The Thames. Also refer to the print PRG 1373/4/47 [iron 4 mast barque, 2212 tons, ON84362, 286.2 x 41.1 x 25.2. Built 1882 (8) A Hall and Co., Aberdeen. Owners: Duthie Bros. registered Aberdeen later Devitt and Moore's Ocean Training Ships Ltd. Torpedoed April 28, 1917. Regular Australian trader and when sold to Devitt and Moore became a cadet training ship, remaining in the Australian trade].

The 'Harlaw' and 'Nineveh' at East Circular Quay, Sydney

The 'Harlaw' and 'Nineveh' at East Circular Quay, Sydney

The wooden ships 'Harlaw' (right), 894 tons, and 'Nineveh' (left), 1174 tons, at East Circular Quay, Sydney [Harlaw = wooden ship, 894 tons. ON53248, 194.0 x 34.0 x 21.2. Built 1866 (12) W Hood and Co. Aberdeen. Owners Thompson Junior and Co. registered Aberdeen].[Enlargement of PRG 1373/4/52.]

The 'Bacchus' in an unidentified port

The 'Bacchus' in an unidentified port

The iron ship 'Bacchus', 1250 tons, in an unidentified port. Also refer to the print PRG 1373/5/30.

The 'Flintshire' anchored in an unidentified port

The 'Flintshire' anchored in an unidentified port

The iron ship 'Flintshire', 1273 tons, anchored in an unidentified port. Also refer to the print PRG 1373/5/31 [iron ship, 1273 tons, ON74557. 224.1 x 36.8 x 21.8. Built 1876 (8) T Royden and Sons. Liverpool. Owners Hughes and Co. registered Liverpool].

The wreck of the 'Bacchus'

The wreck of the 'Bacchus'

The iron ship 'Bacchus', 1250 tons, wrecked at Dublin Bay. Also refer to the print PRG 1373/5/21.

The 'Flintshire' in an unidentified harbour

The 'Flintshire' in an unidentified harbour

The iron ship 'Flintshire', 1273 tons, in an unidentified harbour. Also refer to the print PRG 1373/5/26 [iron ship, 1273 tons, ON74557. 224.1 x 36.8 x 21.8. Built 1876 (8) T Royden and Sons. Liverpool. Owners Hughes and Co. registered Liverpool].

The 'Leyland Brothers' at anchor

The 'Leyland Brothers' at anchor

The iron ship 'Leyland Brothers', 2291 tons, at anchor. Also refer to the print PRG 1373/5/50 [iron ship, 2291 tons, ON93707, 284.0 x 40.0 x 24.2. Built 1886 (10) Oswald Mordaunt and Co., Southampton: Owners: Sailing Ship Leyland Brothers Ltd. (RW Leyland and Co.) registered Liverpool. 1912 sold Portugese and renamed 'Empreza Nacionale' and made a hulk c.1920. Converted to Motor ship during WW2 and renamed 'Navala'. Scrapped in 1967].

The 'Otterspool' docked in an unidentified port

The 'Otterspool' docked in an unidentified port

The iron ship 'Otterspool', 1850 tons, possibly docked at Liverpool's Albert Dock [iron ship, 1850 tons, ON91173, 266.5 x 39.4 x 23.5. Built 1884 (11) Palmers' Co. Ltd. Newcastle upon Tyne. Owners: Sailing Ship Otterspool Ltd. (RW Leyland and Co.) registered Liverpool. Burnt in 1900]. J. H. Reid was captain of the ship [information provided by a researcher]. [See also PRG 1373/24/11}

The 'Leyland Brothers' in the Puget Sound

The 'Leyland Brothers' in the Puget Sound

The iron ship 'Leyland Brothers', 2291 tons, in the Puget Sound. Also refer to the print PRG 1373/5/37 [iron ship, 2291 tons, ON93707, 284.0 x 40.0 x 24.2. Built 1886 (10) Oswald Mordaunt and Co., Southampton: Owners: Sailing Ship Leyland Brothers Ltd. (RW Leyland and Co.) registered Liverpool. 1912 sold Portugese and renamed 'Empreza Nacionale' and made a hulk c.1920. Converted to Motor ship during WW2 and renamed 'Navala'. Scrapped in 1967].

The 'Liverpool' in an unidentified port

The 'Liverpool' in an unidentified port

The four masted iron ship 'Liverpool', 3400 tons, in an unidentified port. Also refer to the print PRG 1373/5/44 [iron 4 mast ship,3400 tons, ON93835, 333.2 x 47.9 x 26.5. Built 1889 (1) Russell and Co., Port Glasgow. Owners: Sailing Ship Liverpool Ltd, (RW Leyland and Co.) registered Liverpool. Wrecked on the coast of Alderney, Channel Isles, Feb. 25, 1902. For some years the largest sailing ship under the Red Ensign. Maiden voyage was made to Melbourne].