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He pārongo atu anōThe "Halcione"

The location where this photograph was taken in unknown, but the ship is the "Halcione", an iron barque of 878 tons gross and 843 tons net register. It was built at Greene in 1869 by R Steele. Her dimensions were: length 191 ft; beam 29.4 ft; depth 18.8 ft. She was owned by the Shaw, Savill and Albion Co. Ltd, and was wrecked in Fitzroy Bay near Wellington Heads on 8th January 1896.

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The "Halcione"
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The "Halcione"
S.S. "Indrabarah" at the mouth of the Rangitikei River
Sailing Boat at Jetty
People at the "Hydrabad" shipwreck, Waiterere Beach
"Hydrabad" shipwreck, Waiterere Beach
Coastal Steamer "Queen of the South" at Foxton
The Launching of the Coral V at Foxton Beach
S.S. Kennedy in Manawatu River
Sketch of the Felix Stowe
Army exercise at Great Barrier Island
Army exercise at Great Barrier Island
Three-masted coastal steamer in Manawatu River

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1894 to 1896

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The "Halcione"
S.S. "Indrabarah" at the mouth of the Rangitikei River
Sailing Boat at Jetty
People at the "Hydrabad" shipwreck, Waiterere Beach
"Hydrabad" shipwreck, Waiterere Beach
Coastal Steamer "Queen of the South" at Foxton
The Launching of the Coral V at Foxton Beach
S.S. Kennedy in Manawatu River
Sketch of the Felix Stowe
Army exercise at Great Barrier Island
Army exercise at Great Barrier Island
Three-masted coastal steamer in Manawatu River

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