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Coal engine passing under Charlotte Street

  • NSSXA 77-167-301
  • Item
  • 1893

Item is a photograph of a coal engine passing under Charlotte Street. Originally the Glasgow & Cape Breton Railway, by 1893 the Fairlie narrow-gauge locomotive was operated by the Sydney & Louisbourg Railway.

Umlah Studios

H.M.S. Pelican

  • NSSXA 77-389-523
  • Item
  • [ca. 1900]

Item is a photograph of the H.M.S. Pelican, which launched in April 1877 and sunk in 1933.

Kazanjian, Kaiden

Sydney's Great Fire

  • NSSXA 77-313-447
  • Item
  • 1901

Item is a photograph of the staff of Prowse Bros and Crowell's standing outside of their new building twelve days after Sydney's Great Fire.


Sydney's Great Fire

  • NSSXA 77-312-446
  • Item
  • 1901

Item is a photograph of a man selling fish amidst the ruins of Sydney's Great Fire.


Lyceum Theatre and Opera House

  • NSSXA 77-336-470
  • Item
  • ca. 1905

Item is a postcard of George Street featuring the Lyceum and Sacred Heart Church. There is a flag is in the upper left corner of the postcard.

Hall, Walter

War Wasp

  • NSSXA 78-96-1846
  • Item
  • 1917

Item is a photographic postcard of the "War Wasp," launched at Trenton, Pictou County, at 1pm Monday, 9 July, 1917.

Whitman Photo

Steam Engine

  • NSSXA 77-819-953
  • Item
  • ca. 1908

Item is a photograph of trainmen on an engine at Mulgrave.

Hatt, Ernest Samuel

Naval Convoy in Plymouth, England

  • NSSXA 82-527-7227
  • Item
  • 1914

Item is a photograph of a naval convoy moving along the coast near Plymouth, England during World War 1. Taken on October 14, 1914, the ink description on the photo reads "The largest fleet of liners to cross the Atlantic at one time (32 in n...

Abrahams and Sons, Devonport

James MacMillan, Sydney

  • NSSXA 89-460-18655
  • Item
  • 1914-1918

Item is a photograph of James MacMillan in full uniform with rifle during World War 1. MacMillan was killed in the war. The photo was taken by C.H. Woodill in Sydney, likely prior to MacMillan's departure.

Woodill, C.H.

Sydney Harbour, WWI

  • NSSXA 77-1376-1510
  • Item
  • ca. 1914

Item is a composite photograph of the first convoy during World War 1 in Sydney Harbour, taken by Dodge Photo. More than 20 ships are visible in addition to buildings along the shore.

Dodge, H. O.

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