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  1. Melbourne Trader

    Melbourne Trader

    Melbourne Trader passing under Sydney Harbour Bridge Melbourne Trader Built: 1975 Framnaes, Sandefjord Tonnage: 4,128grt Owners: Australia National Line
  2. Yarra River (1970)

    Yarra River (1970)

    Bulk carrier YARRA RIVER nearing completion at BHP Shipbuilding and Engineering Works, Whyalla, South Australia. Yard no. 45 built for the Australian National Line (ANL). Launched 10 January 1970 by Mrs D. Bell. The last of four sisters built for Australian ore/coal trades. The others were DARLING R
  3. Musgrave Range (1964)

    Musgrave Range (1964)

    Bulk carrier MUSGRAVE RANGE (yard #38) on slipway. Launched 9 June 1964 by Dr. Ruth Birrell, completed 6 Nov 1964. Built by BHP Shipbuilding and Engineering Works, Whyalla, South Australia for Australian National Line (ANL) to serve Australian ore and coal trades of the day. The first of two sisters
  4. Darling River (1966)

    Darling River (1966)

    Builders photo of Australian National Line bulk carrier Darling River on sea trials. Date: 10 May 1966. Built by BHP Shipbuilding and Engineering Works, Whyalla, South Australia. Launched 14 Dec 1965 and at that time the largest Australian-built vessel and the first of four sister ships built by BHP
  5. Bass Trader under construction 1975

    Bass Trader under construction 1975

    Australian National Line (ANL) roll-on/roll-off vessel BASS TRADER under construction at New South Wales State Dockyard, Newcastle, Australia. Photo dated 6 November 1975.
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