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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

Sydney Harbour Convoys

  • NSSXA 77-416-550
  • Item

Item is a photograph of convoys in Sydney Harbour during WWII.

S.S. Bruce I entering North Sydney harbour

  • NSSXA 77-570-644
  • Item

Item is a reproduction of a photograph of the S.S. Bruce I entering North Sydney harbour at full steam on its maiden voyage as the marine connection between North Sydney and Newfoundland.

"General Byng"

  • NSSXA 78-420-2170
  • Item

Item is a photograph of the schooner "General Byng," taken during its construction during the First World War.

Geadiola

  • NSSXA 78-959-2809
  • Item

Item is a photograph of the ship Geadiola.

S.S. Bruce I entering North Sydney harbour

  • NSSXA 80-564-4744
  • Item

Item is a reproduction of a photograph of the S.S. Bruce I entering North Sydney harbour at full steam on its maiden voyage as the marine connection between North Sydney and Newfoundland.

"Albert J. Lutz" Schooner

  • NSSXA 82-322-7022
  • Item

Item is a photograph of the "Albert J. Lutz", a schooner outfitted as a Canadian Q ship during World War 1. A 4" gun was mounted on its deck behind the dories. It was stationed in Sydney harbour from 1917-1918.

South Ingonish Harbour

  • NSSXA 77-87-221
  • Item

Item is a photograph of South Ingonish Harbour with several ships at anchor in the foreground.

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