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  1. North Head

    North Head

    North Head Yarra River, Melbourne Late 1960s (?) Manly (Sydney) ferry visiting Melbourne
  2. NORTH HEAD

    NORTH HEAD

    NORTH HEAD – Built 1913 as the steam powered BARRENJOEY and in 1951 was converted to diesel electric and renamed NORTH HEAD she operated on Sydney Harbour as one of the famous Manly double-ender ferries until 1985 when she was taken out of service and laid up. She was sold to a consortium of well i
  3. NORTH HEAD

    NORTH HEAD

    NORTH HEAD – Built 1913 as the steam powered BARRENJOEY and in 1951 was converted to diesel electric and renamed NORTH HEAD she operated on Sydney Harbour as one of the famous Manly double-ender ferries until 1985 when she was taken out of service and laid up. She was sold to a consortium of well i
  4. NORTH HEAD

    NORTH HEAD

    NORTH HEAD – Built 1913 as the steam powered BARRENJOEY and in 1951 was converted to diesel electric and renamed NORTH HEAD she operated on Sydney Harbour as one of the famous Manly double-ender ferries until 1985 when she was taken out of service and laid up. She was sold to a consortium of well i
  5. North Head

    North Head

    This fine double-ended ferry crossed Sydney harbour for many years between Circular Quay and Manly. The Manly ferries were extremely popular in holiday seasons. Note the relaxed dangling feet! Scanned from my Ektachrome slide of 1974.
  6. 100_0198

    100_0198

    The "North Head" languishing up the creek at Cairns North Queensland. I took this photo June 2005 it looks like it is going nowhere at the moment, what a crying shame
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