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  1. RANGITANE

    RANGITANE

    New Zealand Shipping Co's RMS RANGITANE outbound from Wellington c. 1950. Oil on canvas. 12 x 16 inches. dated 2012
  2. Launch of the Rangitane

    Launch of the Rangitane

    June 30, 1949 launch of the Rangitane from John Brown yard Clydebank, Scotland.
  3. NZS Co's Rangitane

    NZS Co's Rangitane

  4. NZ Lines Rangitane

    NZ Lines Rangitane

  5. Rangitane

    Rangitane

    Rangitane The next room to the left in the hotel would have been preferable for the shot !. From a slide with full copyright dated 12-65.
  6. RANGITANE

    RANGITANE

    MV Rangitiane leaving Auckland for the final time 30/3/1968 Built 1949 by John Brown 21867 GRT 1968 Sold and renamed Jan , made one voyage with cargo only to Australia then sold to breakers at Kaohsiung. Resold and resumed service as cargo passenger liner Oriental Esmeralda. Broken up 1976 at Ka
  7. RANGITANE

    RANGITANE

    MV Rangitiane leaving Auckland for the final time 30/3/1968 Built 1949 by John Brown 21867 GRT 1968 Sold and renamed Jan , made one voyage with cargo only to Australia then sold to breakers at Kaohsiung. Resold and resumed service as cargo passenger liner Oriental Esmeralda. Broken up 1976 at Ka
  8. Rangitane

    Rangitane

    The Rangitane at Wellington on a day when the city was living up to the 'wet' part of its nick-name.
  9. Rangitane

    Rangitane

    Rangittane N.Z.S.Co,sadly gone like all the rest
  10. Rangitane, Miraflores Lock

    Rangitane, Miraflores Lock

    New Zealand Shipping Company's Rangitane, Clydebank 1929, passing through Miraflores Lock in the Panama Canal in the thirties. The tanker belonged to the Standard Oil Company of California.
  11. MV Rangitane

    MV Rangitane

    NZSCo.
  12. RMS Rangitane ~ Early Days

    RMS Rangitane ~ Early Days

    This photograph is so sharp and clean that it may have been taken on this ill-fated ship's maiden voyage. The Rangitane, youngest of the three Rangi-sisters, launched in 1929, was sunk by the German raiders Orion and Komet in 1940.
  13. Rangitane

    Rangitane

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