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The 'Crown of Germany' in an unidentified port

The 'Crown of Germany' in an unidentified port

The four masted steel barque 'Crown of Germany', 2241 tons, in an unidentified port. Also refer to the print PRG 1373/5/98 [steel 4 mast barque, 2241 tons, ON99129. 284.4 x 41.9 x 24.5. Built 1892 (5) Workman, Clark and Co. Belfast. Owners Crown SS Co. Ltd. (J Reid and Co) registered Belfast c.1902/3 Crown of Germany Ship Co. Potter Bros. registered London. In 1910 sold to Hamburg and renamed Fischbek. On her first voyage was wrecked in Le Maire Straits near Cape Horn, August 1910].

The 'Crown of Germany' in an unidentified port

The 'Crown of Germany' in an unidentified port

The four masted steel barque 'Crown of Germany', 2241 tons, in an unidentified port. This is the earliest photograph of the ship. Also refer to the print PRG 1373/5/90 [steel 4 mast barque, 2241 tons, ON99129. 284.4 x 41.9 x 24.5. Built 1892 (5) Workman, Clark and Co. Belfast. Owners Crown SS Co. Ltd. (J Reid and Co) registered Belfast c.1902/3 Crown of Germany Ship Co. Potter Bros. registered London. In 1910 sold to Hamburg and renamed Fischbek. On her first voyage was wrecked in Le Maire Straits near Cape Horn, August 1910].

The 'Drumblair' covered in snow

The 'Drumblair' covered in snow

The four masted iron barque 'Drumblair', 1907 tons, covered in snow. Also refer to the print PRG 1373/6/50 (see also Cissie) [iron 4 mast barque, 1907 tons. ON87900, 267.4 x 40.2 x 24.1. Built 1883 (9) Russell and Co. Port Glasgow. Owners Gillison and Chadwick, registered Liverpool. c.1900 became Cissie owned by W Brown registered Llanelly. Sunk in collision October 22, 1915].

The 'Drumblair' in an unidentified port

The 'Drumblair' in an unidentified port

The four masted iron barque 'Drumblair', 1907 tons, in an unidentified port. Also refer to the print PRG 1373/6/41. [see also Cissie] [iron 4 mast barque, 1907 tons. ON87900, 267.4 x 40.2 x 24.1. Built 1883 (9) Russell and Co. Port Glasgow. Owners Gillison and Chadwick, registered Liverpool. c.1900 became Cissie owned by W Brown registered Llanelly. Sunk in collision October 22, 1915].

The 'British Commodore' at an unidentified port

The 'British Commodore' at an unidentified port

The iron ship 'British Commodore', 1453 tons, at an unidentified port. Also refer to the print PRG 1373/7/21 [iron ship, 1453 tons. ON56924, 221.6 x 36.1 x 24.7 Built 1868 (2). Palmer's Shipbuilding Co. Newcastle upon Tyne as Knight Bachelor sold and renamed in 1870 by British Shipowners Ltd. registered Liverpool sold 1882 to Perry, Jones and Co. c. 1890 British Commodore Ship Ltd. (R Hughes-Jones and Co) registered Liverpool. No trace of ownership by Trinder, Anderson but very likely operated for them under charter].

The 'British Commodore' at anchor

The 'British Commodore' at anchor

The iron ship 'British Commodore', 1453 tons, at anchor. Also refer to the print PRG 1373/7/13 [iron ship, 1453 tons. ON56924, 221.6 x 36.1 x 24.7 Built 1868 (2). Palmer's Shipbuilding Co. Newcastle upon Tyne as Knight Bachelor sold and renamed in 1870 by British Shipowners Ltd. registered Liverpool sold 1882 to Perry, Jones and Co. c. 1890 British Commodore Ship Ltd. (R Hughes-Jones and Co) registered Liverpool. No trace of ownership by Trinder, Anderson but very likely operated for them under charter].

The 'Juteopolis' anchored in an unidentified harbour

The 'Juteopolis' anchored in an unidentified harbour

The four masted steel barque 'Juteopolis', 2842 tons, anchored in an unidentified port. Also refer to the print PRG 1373/7/95.

The 'Juteopolis' after being dismasted

The 'Juteopolis' after being dismasted

The four masted steel barque 'Juteopolis', 2842 tons, after being dismasted. Also refer to the print PRG 1373/7/91.

The 'Glenesslin' at anchor

The 'Glenesslin' at anchor

The iron ship 'Glenesslin', 1821 tons, at anchor. Also refer to the print PRG 1373/8/48. The Glenesslin was known for her speed, she was built in Glasgow and fitted out in Liverpool. In 1912, she was wrecked near Portland, Oregon USA. According to a researcher, it became a well known legal case, as many tall ships were being deliberately wrecked to make way for Steamship technology. [iron ship 1821 tons, ON91227, 260.0 x 39.2 x 23.4. Built 1885 (6) T Royden and Sons. Liverpool. Owners: CE De Wolf and Co. registered Liverpool. Wrecked near Tillanook Head, Oregon coast, 1/2 October, 1910].

The 'Penthesilea' in Fowey Harbour, Cornwall UK

The 'Penthesilea' in Fowey Harbour, Cornwall UK

The iron ship 'Penthesilea', 1707 tons, in Fowey Harbour, Cornwall UK. Also refer to the print PRG 1373/8/49 [iron ship, 1707 tons, ON63167. 243.3 x 39.3 x 24.6. Built 1869 (3) Oswald and Co., Sunderland. Owners: William Hy. Jones, registered Liverpool; then WD Reid; then ES Jones; then CE De Wolf and Co. registered Liverpool].

The 'Penthesilea' anchored in an unidentified port

The 'Penthesilea' anchored in an unidentified port

The iron ship 'Penthesilea', 1707 tons, anchored in an unidentified port. Also refer to the print PRG 1373/8/37 [iron ship, 1707 tons, ON63167. 243.3 x 39.3 x 24.6. Built 1869 (3) Oswald and Co., Sunderland. Owners: William Hy. Jones, registered Liverpool; then WD Reid; then ES Jones; then CE De Wolf and Co. registered Liverpool].

The 'Dovenby' at Wallaroo

The 'Dovenby' at Wallaroo

The steel barque 'Dovenby', 1756 tons, at Wallaroo. Also refer to the print PRG 1373/9/36 [steel barque 1653 tons. ON99313, 256.0 x 38.1 x 22.0. Built 1891 (8) W. Pickersgill and Sons, Sunderland. Owners P Iredale and Porter. Registered Liverpool].

The 'Peter Iredale' showing the vessel stranded

The 'Peter Iredale' showing the vessel stranded

The four masted steel and iron barque 'Peter Iredale', 2075 tons, showing the vessel stranded [steel and iron 4 mast barque, 2075 tons, ON97790, 287.5 x 39.9 x 23.5. Built 1890 (4) Ritson and Co., Maryport, owners: P Iredale and Porter, registered Liverpool].

The 'Dovenby' in an unidentified port

The 'Dovenby' in an unidentified port

The steel barque 'Dovenby', 1756 tons, in an unidentified port. Also refer to the print PRG 1373/9/26 [steel barque 1653 tons. ON99313, 256.0 x 38.1 x 22.0. Built 1891 (8) W. Pickersgill and Sons, Sunderland. Owners P Iredale and Porter. Registered Liverpool].

The 'Crown of Denmark' in an unidentified port

The 'Crown of Denmark' in an unidentified port

The iron ship 'Craigmore', 2103 tons, in an unidentified harbour. Also refer to print PRG 1373/26/65 [iron ship 2103 tons. ON87930, 283.5 x 41.3 x 24.1. Built 1883 (12) A McMillan and Son, Dumbarton. Owners Robertson, Cruickshank and Co. (J&R Young managers) Often Young was shown as owner although they apparently continued to use Robertson and Cruickshank for years as the official owner) registered Liverpool. Sold c.1917 to Norway and renamed Saga]. The iron ship 'Crown of Denmark', 2103 tons, in an unidentified port.

The 'Glencaird' under sail

The 'Glencaird' under sail

The four masted steel barque 'Glencaird', 2614 tons, under sail. Also refer to the print PRG 1373/12/16 [steel 4 mast barque, 2523 tons. ON96306, 312.8 x 41.9 x 24.5. Built 1889 (4) Russell and Co. Port Glasgow. Owners: Ship Glencaird Ltd (CW Corsar) registered Liverpool. Wrecked Staten Island, Oct. 1901].

The 'Glencaird' anchored in an unidentified port

The 'Glencaird' anchored in an unidentified port

The four masted steel barque 'Glencaird', 2614 tons, anchored in an unidentified port. Also refer to the print PRG 1373/12/12 [steel 4 mast barque, 2523 tons. ON96306, 312.8 x 41.9 x 24.5. Built 1889 (4) Russell and Co. Port Glasgow. Owners: Ship Glencaird Ltd (CW Corsar) registered Liverpool. Wrecked Staten Island, Oct. 1901].

The 'Austrasia' at anchor

The 'Austrasia' at anchor

The four masted steel barque 'Austrasia', 2718 tons, at anchor. Also refter to the print PRG 1373/12/33. [steel 4 masted barque, 2718 tons. ON99403, 305.1 x 44.0 x 24.7. Built 1892 (5) Russell and Co. Port Glasgow: Owners: J&W Goffey, registered Liverpool. c.1910 sold to German owners and renamed 'Gustav'. Sold in 1929 to Gustav Erikson for the wheat trade she was renamed 'Melbourne'. Lost in 1932 following a collision with the tanker 'Seminole' south of the Fastnet.]

The 'Austrasia' in an unidentified harbour

The 'Austrasia' in an unidentified harbour

The four masted steel barque 'Austrasia', 2718 tons, in an unidentified harbour. Also refer to the print PRG 1373/12/26. [steel 4 masted barque, 2718 tons. ON99403, 305.1 x 44.0 x 24.7. Built 1892 (5) Russell and Co. Port Glasgow: Owners: J&W Goffey, registered Liverpool. c.1910 sold to German owners and renamed 'Gustav'. Sold in 1929 to Gustav Erikson for the wheat trade she was renamed 'Melbourne'. Lost in 1932 following a collision with the tanker 'Seminole' south of the Fastnet.]

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 1373/13/96 [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 'Wiscombe Park' under sail

The 'Wiscombe Park' under sail

The steel ship 'Wiscombe Park', 2228 tons, under sail. Also refer to the prints PRG 1373/13/96 [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 'Gulf Stream' in an unidentified harbour

The 'Gulf Stream' in an unidentified harbour

The iron barque 'Gulf Stream, 1458 tons, in and unidentified harbour. Also refer to the print PRG 1373/14/94 [iron 3 mast barque, 1458 tons. ON89987, 234.2 x 38.1 x 21.8. Built 1884 (10) Russell and Co. Port Glasgow for AL Polson , registered Glasgow and acquired by Thomas Law and Co. c.1892. Missing on a voyage from the Clyde to Vancouver. Spoken to May 27, 1912 and never seen again].

The 'Dunslaw' anchored in an unidentified harbour

The 'Dunslaw' anchored in an unidentified harbour

The steel barque 'Dunslaw', 1636 tons, anchored in an unidentified harbour. Also refer to the print PRG 1373/14/95.

The 'Dunslaw' anchored in an unidentified harbour

The 'Dunslaw' anchored in an unidentified harbour

The steel barque 'Dunslaw', 1636 tons, anchored in an unidentifie harbour. Also refer to the print PRG 1373/14/79.

The 'Loch Ard' moored in an unidentified port

The 'Loch Ard' moored in an unidentified port

The iron ship 'Loch Ard', 1693 tons, moored in an unidentified port. Also refer to the print PRG 1373/15/47 [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 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 'Port Caledonia' under sail

The 'Port Caledonia' under sail

The four masted steel barque 'Port Caledonia', 2426 tons, under sail. Also refer to the print PRG 1373/17/86 [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 'Manx King' docked in an unidentified port

The 'Manx King' docked in an unidentified port

The iron ship 'Manx King', 1751 tons, docked in an unidentified port [iron ship, 1751 tons, ON86135. 251.0 x 39.0 x 24.1. Built 1884 (10) Richardson, Duck and Co., Stockton. Owners: GS Karran, registered Castletown, Isle of Man to Norway without change of name c.1912]. The 'Manx King' was stopped and scuttled by the U-156 on 8 July 1918, when it was traveling between New York and Rio de Janeiro. The captain Rasmus Emil Halvorsen and crew were rescued from the lifeboats after 27 hours by DS 'Anchites' [See also PRG 1373/24/52].

The 'Myrtle Holme' moored at Port Adelaide

The 'Myrtle Holme' moored at Port Adelaide

The iron barque (ex ship) 'Myrtle Holme', 945 tons, moored at Port Adelaide. Also refer to the print PRG 1373/16/57 [iron ship, later barque, 945 tons. ON72921. 211.0 x 32.9 x 19.7. Built 1875 (6) Bartram, Haswell and Co. Sunderland. Owners: Hine Bros. registered Maryport. Sold to Norway and renamed 'Glimt'. Torpedoed in the North Sea in 1915].

The 'Myrtle Holme at Port Adelaide

The 'Myrtle Holme at Port Adelaide

The iron barque 'Myrtle Holme', 945 tons, at Port Adelaide. Also refer to the prints PRG 1373/16/48 - 52 [iron ship, later barque, 945 tons. ON72921. 211.0 x 32.9 x 19.7. Built 1875 (6) Bartram, Haswell and Co. Sunderland. Owners: Hine Bros. registered Maryport. Sold to Norway and renamed 'Glimt'. Torpedoed in the North Sea in 1915].