Ships Nostalgia banner

Discussions Showcase Albums Media Media Comments Tags

1-16 of 39 Results
  1. HMNZS Leander

    In Pacific camouflage scheme, circa 1942. The New Zealand cruiser at speed
  2. The Radio Room
    Greetings: I wonder if anyone here remembers, or is able to look up, the callsign of NZ-registered MV Maranui for me. She was launched in 1953 and sank in 1968. She had the same owners (Northern Steam Ship Company) and same name for her entire career...
  3. Wellington, New Zealand

    A view dating from about the mid to late 1960's. I think two of the vessels are Oriana (on the seaward side of the harbour) and Maori (amongst those on the landward side.) One of the cargo ships looks to be a member of the New Zealand SS Co. but the others I am unable to identify
  4. Westport, New Zealand

    Seen during a flight between the north and south islands in 1971 - See comments re identification.
  5. SS Earnslaw

    Preserved Lake cruiser Earnslaw approaching Queenstown on Lake Wakatipu, South Island New Zealand
  6. Dogwatch on the Earnslaw

    The Captain's hound keeping the Dog watch on board the T.S.S. Earnslaw, running between Queenstown and the Walter Peak High Country Farm on Lake Wakatipu, South Island of New Zealand.
  7. T.S.S. Earnslaw

    Earnslaw tied up at dusk at the jetty next to the Walter Peak High Country Farm on Lake Wakatipu, having cruised over from Queenstown.
  8. T.S.S. Earnslaw

    A Twin Screw Steamer built in Dunedin, New Zealand in 1912, before being dismantled and then transported by goods train to Kingston on Lake Wakatipu. She was then re-assembled and re-launched to ply her trade on the lake, and is still doing so.
  9. Sandfly Point, Milford Sound, New Zealand

    The Spirit of Milford and Pride of Milford awaiting passengers for a cruise around the magnificent Milford Sound
  10. The Battle Cruiser 'New Zealand'

    Taken from a postcard in my collection. The post card date is unknown but the photo is credited to Cribb and Russel, Southsea
  11. St Ola (4) approaching pier, Scrabster

    Stromness (Orkney)-Scrabster (Caithness) ro-ro ferry St Ola arriving Scrabster, July 1995.
  12. Westport, New Zealand

    view of port area of Westpot, N.Z. showing dredge " " and cement carrier "Westport" alongside. Structure at far end was used for exporting coal by barge.
  13. New Zealand Pacific

    New Zealand Pacific on river Elbe
  14. HMCS MARGAREE DDE230 as-built

    HMCS MARGAREE DDE230 as-built (Ships Post Card). Namesake: Margaree River,Nova Scotia Builder: Halifax Shipyards, Halifax,Nova Scotia. Laid down: 12 September 1951 Launched: 29 March 1956 Commissioned: 5 October 1957 Decommissioned: 2 May 1992 Reclassified: 15 October 1965 (as DDH)...
  15. Nugget Point Light

    Located in the Catlins region of the South Island in New Zealand. Sea lions were basking everwhere on the day I visited. Great place.
1-16 of 39 Results
Top