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  1. Anson

    The Anson was used to dump jarosite from the zinc works, near Hobart, Tasmania, Australia, off the continental shelf off the coast of Tasmania. This picture was taken in March 1974.
  2. Anson

    An albatross as seen from the Anson, a vessel that was used to dump jarosite from the zinc works, near Hobart, Tasmania, Australia, off the continental shelf off the coast of Tasmania. This picture was taken in March 1974.
  3. Anson

    Captain John Randell aboard the Anson in the Tasman Sea in March 1974. The Anson was used to dump jarosite from the zinc works, near Hobart, Tasmania, Australia, off the continental shelf off the coast of Tasmania. Captain Randell was the skipper who sailed the Anson from Hull to Australia.
  4. Anson and captured tuna

    Anson in the Tasman Sea in March 1974. She was used to dump jarosite from the Zinc Works near Hobart off the continental shelf off Tasmania. The crew snared a line from a Japanese tuna boat and this is what they hauled up while trying to disentangle the line - a large and very expensive tuna!
  5. Anson

    Anson in the Tasman Sea in March 1974. She was used to dump jarosite from the Zinc Works near Hobart off the continental shelf off Tasmania. Here the tangled tuna line is hauled in by crewmen with a tuna on the end of it.
  6. Anson

    Anson in the Tasman Sea in March 1974. She was used to dump jarosite from the Zinc Works near Hobart off the continental shelf off Tasmania. Here, her crew find a tuna on a drifting line from nearby Japanese tuna boats.
  7. Anson

    Anson in the Tasman Sea in March 1974. She was used to dump jarosite from the Zinc Works near Hobart off the continental shelf off Tasmania.
  8. Anson

    Anson in the Tasman Sea in March 1974. She was used to dump jarosite from the Zinc Works near Hobart off the continental shelf off Tasmania.
  9. Anson

    Anson in the Tasman Sea in March 1974. She was used to dump jarosite from the Zinc Works near Hobart off the continental shelf off Tasmania.
  10. Anson

    The ship's bell on Anson in the Tasman Sea in March 1974, where the vessel was used to dump jarosite from the zinc works near Hobart, Tasmania, Australia, off the continental shelf each day. She was brought from Hull, in England, to Tasmania for this task.
  11. Anson

    Crewman Siegfried Roehrer, who had his master's ticket, aboard Anson in the Tasman Sea in March 1974, where she was used to dump jarosite from the zinc works near Hobart, Tasmania, Australia, off the continental shelf each day. She was brought from Hull, in England, to Tasmania for this task.
  12. Anson

    Engineer Charlie Dwyer aboard Anson in the Tasman Sea in March 1974, where she was used to dump jarosite from the zinc works near Hobart, Tasmania, Australia, off the continental shelf each day. She was brought from Hull, in England, to Tasmania for this task.
  13. Anson

    Anson in the Tasman Sea in March 1974, where she was used to dump jarosite from the zinc works near Hobart, Tasmania, Australia, off the continental shelf each day. She was brought from Hull, in England, to Tasmania for this task.
  14. Anson

    Anson in the Tasman Sea in March 1974, where she was used to dump jarosite from the zinc works near Hobart, Tasmania, Australia, off the continental shelf each day. She was brought from Hull, in England, to Tasmania for this task.
  15. Anson

    Anson in the Tasman Sea in March 1974, where she was used to dump jarosite from the zinc works near Hobart, Tasmania, Australia, off the continental shelf each day. She was brought from Hull, in England, to Tasmania for this task.
  16. Dreadnought

    HMS Dreadnought photographed in July 1973 taking the crewmen from the cargo ship MV Carnation after it had collided with the tanker MV Anson in the Malacca Straits, it was the first major rescue at sea by a British nuclear submarine. HMS Tiger with her helicopters of 826 NAS and HMS Rhyl also...
  17. Carnation, Anson, Dreadnought

    Seen from one of HMS Tiger’s helicopters , HMS Dreadnought photographed in July 1973 taking the crewmen from the cargo ship MV Carnation after it had collided with the tanker MV Anson in the Malacca Straits, it was the first major rescue at sea by a British nuclear submarine. HMS Tiger with her...
  18. Anson

    The Anson on the domain slip in Hobart. July 1976. The Anson was used to transport Jarosite, a waste material from the production of zinc, out to the continental shelf south of Hobart for dumping. This practice ended some years ago.
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