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  1. Port Macquarie

    I posted this photo a couple of years ago but it came out badly pixilated - I hope this is better. It shows the Port Macquarie at Lyttelton caught in a patch of sunlight.

    Australia,possibly Hobart. 1950's.

    MV Port Macquarie working cargo at Dunedin 1960's. Built 1944 by Swan Hunter for Port Line 7319 GRT 1968 Broken up Kaohsiung.
  4. Port Macquarie

    A software problem caused my previous photo of the Port Macquarie to reproduce poorly, hopefully this is a clearer image of her.
  5. Port Macquarie

    To confirm the ID of the Port Line ship in Scorcher's photo here is Port Macquarie at Lyttelton.
  6. Captain Hobson being towed by Port Macquarie, 12-6-1957

    During a voyage from the UK to Wellington, on 12th June 1957 and when 570 miles east of Auckland, she took in tow P Henderson's liner Captain Hobson which had broken down. With 650 emigrants on board and with HMNZS Stawell in attendance she towed the ship to Auckland where she arrived on 17th...
  7. Port Macquarie

    How far do you have to go to get a better picture, of a better looking ship? Another "classic" from Doug Wright. Built in 1944 by Swan, Hunter & Wigham Richardson at Newcastle with a tonnage of 7319grt, a length of 487ft 11in, a beam of 62ft 2in and a service speed of 15 knots. She was a...
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