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Sydney (N.S.) Transportation: Ships and Shipping With digital objects
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"Albert J. Lutz" Schooner

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Item is a photograph of the "Albert J. Lutz", a schooner outfitted as a Canadian Q ship during World War 1. A 4" gun was mounted on its deck behind the dories. It was stationed in Sydney harbour from 1917-1918.

  • 82-322-7022
  • Convoy in Sydney Harbour, WWI

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    Item is a photograph of a convoy in Sydney Harbour during the First World War, taken from the coal piers. At least two ships are visible in the harbour.

  • 77-124-258
  • H.M.S. Pelican

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    Item is a photograph of the raising of the Pelican, an Elizabethan wreck in Sydney Harbour; the ship was towed out and destroyed.

  • 77-391-525
  • International coal piers, Sydney

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    Item is a photograph showing of the old No. 1 pier, known as a bucket loader. The two men standing on the bucket are identified as William and Frank Fitzgerald.

  • 77-6-135
  • Peary arriving at Sydney Harbour

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    Item is a photograph of Robert Peary's ship Roosevelt arriving at the Cape Breton Electric Company Wharf.

  • 78-970-2820
  • Schooner

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    Item is a photograph of a schooner in Sydney

  • 78-165-1915
  • Sydney Harbour Convoys

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    Item is a photograph of convoys in Sydney Harbour during WWII.

  • 77-416-550
  • Wentworth Creek

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    Item is a photograph of a young man in a canoe in Wentworth Creek, Sydney.

  • 77-840-974