c. 1912, Photograph, B 9524/1
View across mud flats opposite the Port Pirie wharves, with both sail and steam ships tied up along the wharf, a low, tin-roofed building behind them, and two row boats on the flats.
c. 1912, Photograph, B 9524/2
View of part of the wharves at Port pirie, taken from the tidal flats opposite. A large steam boat is tied up, with a number of people visible on the wharf and J. Cavenett's Pirie Hotel in the background; two sailing vessels are tied up to the right; and a punt is moored on the flats in the foreground.
c. 1912, Photograph, B 9524/3
The steamship 'Australia' tied up at Port Pirie wharf with a number of the port's buildings visible behind it; on the tidal flats in the foreground there is a man with two children, a small sailing vessel and slip.
c. 1912, Photograph, B 9524/4
A three masted ship tied up in front of a long building, with a steamer to the right; two smaller vessels are in front.
c. 1912, Photograph, B 9524/5
Part of a steam ship is showing on the left with several others tied up further along the wharves; there are two tall chimneys behind the ships, a tug beside the first steamer, and a number of smaller boats in the foreground near the tidal flats.