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  1. Westport, New Zealand

    Westport, New Zealand

    Seen during a flight between the north and south islands in 1971 - See comments re identification.
  2. Westport


    Cement carrier at Lyttleton, N.Z.
  3. Westport at Westport

    Westport at Westport

    Cement carrier Westport at the port of the same name in N.Z.
  4. Westport, New Zealand

    Westport, New Zealand

    more detailed photo of now disused coal barge loader. My understanding is that the barge operation was the last activity of Union Steamship Co. of New Zealand.
  5. Westport, New Zealand

    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.
  6. Westport


    Cook Strait, NZ. 18/03/2010 IMO number: 7423249, Call Sign: ZMJW, MMSI: 512000049, Gross tonnage: 3091, DWT: 4081, Type of ship: Cement Carrier, Year of build: 1976, Flag: New Zealand
  7. Westport


    A corner of Westport, New Zealand, with the dredge Kawatiri alongside. I'm not sure just which part of the harbour this is, it was taken some years ago, but I'm sure Barnsey does.
  8. Westport


    See you next trip
  9. The old Westport pilot boat 'James O'Brien'

    The old Westport pilot boat 'James O'Brien'

    I found this picture on a calender and at once recognised the old and infamous Westport Pilot vessel "James O'Brien". Its too good not to post, I believe the original was owned by Warren Nelson but I cannot confirm that. The scene is excellently depicted as when sounding out on the Bar o
  10. Kiln arriving Westport NZ

    Kiln arriving Westport NZ

    This depicts the third Kiln arriving in Westport NZ during the 1960's .......taken by Ron Lymburn. Great array of blocks and ingenuity on display .... Barnsey
  11. Kawatiri Westport harbour entrance

    Kawatiri Westport harbour entrance

    This is a shot by my good mate Graeme Keoghan of the Westport TSHD Kawatiri entering the harbour. She is an IHC 500 design and was for some years the largest ship built in New Zealand. Her hopper capacity is 600 cubic metres and is dumped by opening 8 doors in her bottom. The material handled varies
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