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Wanganella and the Australian trans-Tasman liners

Peter Plowman

Wanganella and the Australian trans-Tasman liners

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Published by Rosenberg Pub., Transpress NZ in Dural Delivery Centre, NSW, Wellington, NZ .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Wanganella (Ship) -- History,
  • Passenger ships -- Australia -- History,
  • Hospital ships -- Australia -- History,
  • Cruise ships -- Australia -- History

  • Edition Notes

    Includes index.

    StatementPeter Plowman.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsVM383.W36 P56 2009
    The Physical Object
    Pagination188 p. :
    Number of Pages188
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL23938253M
    ISBN 109781877058806, 9781877418099
    LC Control Number2009396554

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Wanganella and the Australian Trans-Tasman Liners by Peter Plowman T HIS BOOK tells the story of the trans-Tasman shipping service from the days of the earliest steam ship.

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She primarily sailed between the cities of Auckland and Wellington in New Zealand, and Sydney and Melbourne in Australia, making the Tasman Sea crossing in three and a half ty: First Class, Second Class. Wanganella and the Australian Trans-Tasman Liners by Peter Plowman THIS BOOK tells the story of the trans-Tasman shipping service from the days of the earliest steam ship service to the liner Wanganella ’s last voyage to New Zealand in Wanganella soon became the darling of all Trans Tasman liners with both Australian’s and New Zealanders, for she was indeed the luxury liner they felt they deserved, and although the Monowai was an excellent ship, the Wanganella certainly had the edge of superiority.

Wanganella was a very special Australian liner built in and owned by Huddart, Parker Ltd. of Melbourne that gave 41 years of service, mostly on the Trans Tasman passenger services of her owners, but also on five years of hospital ship service to Singapore, India, New Guinea, the Solomons and the Mediterranean.

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Ephemera WANGANELLA. MS Wanganella was an Australian-registered merchant vessel constructed by the Harland and Wolff shipyards and entering service as a trans-Tasman passenger liner in Originally named Achimota, the liner was acquired by Huddart Parker after the original sale to Elder Dempster Lines fell through.

MS Wanganella was an Australian-registered merchant vessel constructed by the Harland and Wolff shipyards and entering service as a trans-Tasman passenger liner in Originally named Achimota, the liner was acquired by Huddart Parker after the original sale to The Royal Mail Group fell through.

Renamed Wanganella, the ship sailed between New Zealand and Australia untilwhen she was. WANGANELLA AND THE AUSTRALIAN TRANS-TASMAN LINERS. By Peter Plowman. Paperback, mm x mm, pages, black & white photographs.

This book tells the story of the trans-Tasman shipping service from the days of the earliest steam ship service to the liner Wanganella's last voyage to New Zealand in Wanganella and the Australian Trans-Tasman Liners by Peter Plowman avg rating — 0 ratings — published — 2 editions.

MS Wanganella was an Australian-registered merchant vessel constructed by the Harland and Wolff shipyards and entering service as a trans-Tasman passenger liner in Originally named Achimota, the liner was acquired by Huddart Parker after the original sale to Elder Dempster Lines fell through.

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Volume II. Date: / From: Southern bays, By: Diggle, Edith, INNZNADiggle, Bruce, INNZNA Description: Describes the day the trans-Tasman liner Wanganella struck Barrett Reef at the entrance to Wellington Harbour on 19 Januaryattempts to refloat the ship, and the meaning of the phrase 'Wanganella.

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Australian Migrant Ships. the 'Elingamite' wreck site The ship Elingamite was wrecked at Three Kings Islands north of NZ on 9 November For more, see the book Wanganella and the Australian trans-Tasman liners. As noted on this postcard, the Three Kings Islands of NZ were the scene of the disastrous wreck of the trans-Tasman liner Elingamite infor more details see our book on the Wanganella and the Australian trans-Tasman shows one of the Oceanic Steamship Company of San Francisco's trans-Pacific liners Sierra, Ventura or Sonoma built at Philadelphia in the latter two were.

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The main North American ports were San Francisco, Los Angeles, and Vancouver. The Pacific Mail Steamship Company was the first to instigate regular operations, with the route later taken over by the Oceanic Steamship Price Range: $ - $1, Wanganella’s claim to fame is the introduction to the world of the famous Australian Peppin Merino, which was developed on neighbouring land by the Peppin family in the 19th century.

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To try to answer that question, I bought a copy of Peter Plowman’s () Wanganella and the Australian Trans-Tasman Liners to find out. Plowman’s book covers the history of all the major passenger ships that travelled the roughly km across the Tasman Sea very well, and with admirable attention to detail (the page numbers in the.

Huddart Parker was not only a famous Australian interstate shipping company but also the only one to maintain a passenger line to New Zealand. Its coastal liners Westralia and Zealandia, trans-Tasman liners Ulimaroa and Wanganella and Bass Strait ferries Nairana and Taroona were all household names.

Author(s): Plowman,Peter Title(s): Wanganella and the Australian trans-Tasman liners/ Peter Plowman. Country of Publication: Australia Publisher: Dural Delivery Centre, NSW: Wellington, NZ:.

Wanganella / ˈ w æ ŋ ɡ ən ɛ l ə / is a village community on the Billabong Creek in New South Wales, settlement is on the Cobb Highway, located between Hay (to the north) and Deniliquin (to the south).

Wanganella is within the Edward River Council local government area. At the census, Wanganella had a population of Coordinates: 35°11′S °48′E /. Plowman is a noted Australian maritime historian, and he has written this account of the motor liner Wanganella to reflect this vessel's unique role in trade practices in the Tasman n as a follow-up to the author's Coast to Coast, this book describes the motor liner's delivery to the Union Line inits role as a hospital ship in World War II and passenger liner in the post.

NEW ZEALAND SEA AND SHORE BIRDS ALBUM, New Zealand Forest and Bird Protection Society of N.Z. Inc () Auction closing on Trade Me after the Lockdown. Plenty of time for bidding.:) Click this.Oceania Cruises' Nautica, the former R Five, which operated the company's first trans-Tasman program insails from Auckland on January 23 on a return voyage to Sydney via Tauranga, Napier.Peter Plowman's book Emigrant Ships to Luxury Liners was published inand sold steadily untilwhen supplies were exhausted.

Rather than reprint that book, he decided to ng may be from multiple locations in the US or from the UK, depending on stock availability. pages.