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  1. Tyrone

    Tyrone

    Tyrone arriving Port Chalmers Built: 1937 A Stephen and Sons, Linthouse Tonnage: 5,852grt Owners: Trinder Anderson(Avenue Sg mgrs) 1937: Built as 'Kaikoura' for NZSCo 1954: To Trinder Anderson(Avenue Sg, mgrs),r/n 'Tyrone' 1963: Broken up, Hong Kong.
  2. TYRONE

    TYRONE

    Bluff NZ 16/5/1959 Buries Markes La Orilla is behind her with Melbourne Star
  3. Tyrone

    Tyrone

    The Tyrone arriving at Lyttelton assisted by the tug Lyttelton II. Built by Alex. Stephens in 1937 as the Kaikoura for the New Zealand Shipping Company and intended for the M.A.N.Z. service she was managed from the start by Trinder, Anderson and Company and this continued after she was transferred
  4. Tyrone at Napier

    Tyrone at Napier

    Taken c.1962 at Napier--apologies for poor quality of negative--the result of casual lending as a teenager. Always liked these ex NZSCo little ships, and particularly the later, purpose-built ones such as Galway, Antrim... Tyrone Built: 1937 A.Stephens and Sons, Glasgow Tonnage: 5,852grt Owners: Av
  5. SS TYRONE

    SS TYRONE

    AVENUE SHIPPING CO LTD ( TRINDER ANDERSON ) BUILT 1937 For NZS CO
  6. Tyrone

    Tyrone

    Built for New Zealand Shipping Company as the "Kaikoura" for the M.A.N.Z. service, and renamed in 1954 when she was transferred to the Avenue Shipping Company, the "Tyrone" spent her entire life under Trinder, Anderson management from her completion in 1937 by Alex Stephens in Gl
  7. Tyrone

    Tyrone

    Built in 1937 as the "Kaikoura" for New Zealand Shipping Company the "Tyrone" was renamed in 1954 when sold to the Avenue Shipping Company. Designed for the MANZ service she was broken up in Hong Kong in 1963.
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