ABILITY W ps drogher, abt.l40t. Not reg. 100' x 27'6 x 6', comp stm.eng. 15nhp. Owners:
Alan Taylor & Co. and employed in the timber trade about Pt.Stephens.
Transferred to Williams river as gravel barge
c.l958/9. Settled in the river by the end of 1959.
Raised 6 months later and variously reported as scuttled off
hu1k ex ss 2158g, ON68820, 314.0 x 35.8 x 26.4, B. 1873
ANTELOPE unidentified vessel reported scuttled off Sydney Heads 1929-1930.
ANZAC HMAS S triple screw ss destroyer, 325' oa x 31', B.1916/17
Dumbarton. Sold Aug.1935 for demolition
and remains sunk by gunfire from RAN units, off Sydney Heads,
ARAWATTA S hulk ex ss 2114g, ON96649, 300.0 x 37.1 x 24.0, B.1889 Dumbarton for AUSN's Interstate passenger service, reg.Sydney. Sold 1924 W.Waugh Ltd and hulked. Sydney Morning Herald Sept.l4, 1936 'towed 20 miles off Heads and scuttled'.
hulk, ex ss, 633t, ON87082, 200.2 x 29.0 x 13.2, B.1882
AROONEE yacht 17m x 3m, built of Ferro-concrete, seized by Customs in 1978 and the subject of lengthy legal debate during which the vessel deteriorated to the extent it was not worth repairing. Scuttled 34 degrees South x 151 degrees 36 minutes East on or about Apl. 9, 1991 by the Customs Dept.
dredge, no other detail located. Scuttled off
BANTAM S ss 3322g, 323.0 x 48.2 x 20.5, B.1929
coal hulk, ex ss 1505g, ON91876, 250.1 x 36.1 x 15.5, B.1885 Dumbarton, 3X
308nhp. Operated by AUSN as intercolonial passenger ship.
Sold 1911 when converted to coal hulk, sold to RAN for same use 1914. Towed
W ss (trawler) 237g, ON152011, 127.8 x 23.4 x 13.2, B.1918 Morrison &
Sinclair Sydney. 3X Scuttled off
hulk ex ss 942g, ON64795, 224.8 x 30.5 x 14.8, B. 1874 Jarrow on
BELLAMBI S ss collier 956g, ON125217, 215.2 x 33.1 x 13.9, B.1909 Glasgow and named FIVE ISLANDS rn 1916, 3X eng. mach.aft. Owner:Bellambi Coal Co.Ltd.reg.Sydney.Withdrawn from service and sold 1954 to Stride, Blackwattle Bay for demolition, slowly stripped and bare hull towed 20 miles outside Sydney Heads and scuttled Mar.18, 1971.
ss double ended ferry, 499g, 340n, ON125244, 210.0 x 32.2 x 14.1, B.1910
(Launched Apl.6) Mort's Dock & Engineering Co.Ltd, Balmain, NSW. 3x 110hp. re-eng. 1935/6 diesel-electric prop. and almost destroyed by fire in process and almost rebuilt
Now 505g, When commissioned in 1910 the largest and fastest ferry on Pt.Jackson
but accident prone. On Apl.2, 1914 run down, and cut in two the tug KATE: on
BINNGARRA S ss 442g, 301n, ON122108, 190.5 x 31.7 x 13.5, B.1905. Mort's Dock & Engineering Co.ltd, Balmain, double
ended ferry, 3X 105nhp EB. Owners: Pt.Jackson Co-Op SS Co, reg. Sydney Nov.1907
BOOMERANG see entry for 'G.F.HOLDEN'
hull, crane lighter. Scuttled off
ps 417g, ON83792, 220.2 x 23.0 x 10.7, B.1883 T.B.Seath & Co, Rutherglen,
comp. osc. eng. 160nhp A.Campbell & Sons, Glasgow.,
double ended ferry. steamed from
BURRA-BRA see next entry
S ss grab dredge, 453t, B.1956 Owned by Maritime Services Board, Sydney. Scuttled off
S ss, 876g, 442n, ON125224, 205.1 x 33.1 x 11.4, B.l909 Greenock &
Grangemouth Dockyard Co.,Grangemouth. 3X 142nhp Dunsmuir & Jackson,
Glasgow. Last owners North Coast S.N.Co., reg.Sydney Hulked 1932 and stripped
remains scuttled about 20 miles east of the Sydney Heads
ss tug 74t, ON150195, 75.5 x 16.6 x 9.4, B.1917 Cockatoo Dockyard,
CAMRO S ss
(trawler) 96g, 41n, ON146041, 86.0 x 18.6 x 9.2, B.1918 Aberdeen and was named
JANE WRIGHT unti1 1928. last owner C.Caminiti
CAPTAIN COOK see next entry.
CAPTAIN PHILLIP S ss 396g, 172n.
CAVAN I 4m
bkn, 731g, 657n, ON67794, 252.2 x 27.3 x 14.5, B.1876 Laird Bros, Birkenhead as
passenger paddle steamer for City of dublin S.P.C.later sold and converted to
sailand named ERO. about 1904 reverted to Cavan. Owners. William & Stephen Brown, reg.
CECIL RHODES S tss tug, 160g, 5n, ON90134, 104.0 x 21.1 x 11.2, B.1896 R.& H.Green,
CERES I lighter, lately owned by J.Fenwick & Co. scuttled off Sydney Nov.3,1949. Was a former NSW Public Works Dept tug, sold in 1913.
CIRCE 778g ,B.1912
CITY OF GRAFTON I lighter ex ps B.1876 Glasgow, for north coast of NSW serices. Sank 3 miles off Sydney Heads, Oct.28, 1930 while being towed to usual scuttle area on the 18 miles mark.
COBAKI W hulk, ex ss, B.1918 Balmain. Used by Army as AB431 for training in WW2. Services wanted to burn it in April 1946 but vandals sunk it at Salt Pan Creek, Middle Harbour alongside ITATA.
COLAC S, B.1041 Mort's Dock as AS/MS 'corvette' made into tank cleaning vessel 1962. Used a target by HMAS Ovens off Jervis Bay, Feb.17, 1987, when no longer required.
COMMODORE I ps tug, 187g, ON74986, B.1878 South Shields. Last owners: A & J Brown. Scuttled 12.30pm off Newcastle, NSW Sept.8, 1931.
COOLOOLI S dumb dredge. B.1955 Maritime Svcs Bd. Scuttled Aug.29, 1980 as artifical reef off Long Reef.
CRANE BARGE No.4 Owned Maritime Services Bd. Scuttled 12m ESE of Sydney Heads, June 22, 1972.
CURL CURL S ss, ON155335. Manly ferry. B.1928 Glasgow. Arrived under own steam Oct.1,1928. Withdrawn 1962/3. Scuttled off Sydney Aug. 12, 1969.
CURRAJONG I lighter 984t, ON101108, B.1875 Hamburg and named ARGO. Blown up by coal cargo when anchored Neutral Bay Jul.24,1893. Raised & made coal hulk by Bellambi Coal. Scuttled off Sydney July 24, 1946.
CYCLOPS S ss rockbreaker. Owner:Maritime Services Board. Scuttled off Sydney Dec. 22,1971.
DEE WHY S ss, 799g, ON155336, 220.0 x 36.1 x 14.8, B.1928 (5) Napier & Miller Ltd, Glasgow. 3X (4cyl) D&W Henderson & Co, Glasgow. double ended ferry. Owner: Pt.Jackson & Manly S.S.CO, reg. Sydney. Sold to Stride Brothers for scrapping July 1968 and remains scuttled to form artificial reef May 25, 1976, off Long Reef.
DOOMBA S tss 750g, 264n, ON147468, 219.4 x 28.6 x 16.8, B.1919 Wm.Simons & Co. Renfrew. 2 x 3X 1800ihp as HMS WEXFORD, sold 1923 for use as excursion steamer to Brisbane Tug & SS CO in 1923. Taken up for war service 1940. Sold by RAN Feb.1947 and converted into lighter named MEGGOL and laid up 1970. Scuttled near Dee Why Dec. 9, 1976.
DORIC lighter? reportedly scuttled Apl.12, 1957.
DUROBY W lighter ex SS 195g, 119n, ON112567, 121.8 x 24.7 x 9.5, B.1902 Manning River, NSW. Last owner. Illawarra & S.C. S.N.Co., badly burnt while at anchor Double Bay, Sydney Mar.14,1923 and sold for lighter which is reportedly in 'The Duckhole' Pt.Stephens, NSW.
EAGLE a vessel said to have been scuttled by the RAN and described as a steel dredge of 100 tons was sunk off Sydney, apparently, Dec. 2, 1952.
EAST STAR see entry for
EDEN S tss 693g, 361n, ON112502, 197.0 x 26.6 x 16.6, B.1900 Russell & Co, Glasgow 2 x comp.750nhp. Rankine & Blackmore, Glasgow. Passenger/cargo vessel for south coast of NSW. Sold 1932 for demolition, remains scuttled off Sydney May 11, 1933.
EGERIA wooden hull of tug was reported scuttled off Sydney Nov. 26, 1945.
ELAMANG Iron hulk ex tss 946g, 490n, ON74903, 229.9 x 29.2 x 18.5, B.1876 Blackwood & Gordon, Pt.Glasgow. Eng 200nhp. Last owners AUSN Ltd, reg. Sydney. Scuttled Feb.3 1905 to help form northern breakwater at Newcastle NSW.
EMU W ss
tug 69g, 47n, ON88973, 93.5 x 17.0 x 8.0, B.1884 Callen Bros., Stockton
NSW.eng.40nhp. Last official owner Wallace Tugs, reg.
ss light cruiser 5880 t displ. 376' oa x 56', B.1902/1905
lighter ex ss, 96g, 55n, ON113153, 101.0x 21.0x 7.5, B.1907 Clarence Town, NSW
stm eng 32nhp. last owner Mackenzie & Petersen
lighter ex ss 2060g, 1246n, ON79541, 279.7x38.4x20.0, B.1883 J. Key & Sons,
Kinghorn, Scot. Comp.eng.300hp.EB. Last official owner
Patrick S.S.Co.Ltd. reg.Sydney, built as cargo passenger ship for Howard
Smith and for a period 1917-1921 owned by China Australia Mail SS Line. Hulk 1925. Scuttled 18 miles off Sydney
GABRIELLA S mv Dutch heavy lift vessel 1327gt, B.1974 capsized and sank alongside her berth at Pt.Kembla Aug. 14, with the loss of 2 lives. Refloated, upside down Nov.24, 1986 and delivered to her owners Dec.2 and was taken about 30 miles off Pt.Kembla Dec.l0,1986 and scuttled.
Iron hulk, ex ps tug 243g, ON88928, 134.1 x 22.1 x 11.1, B 1884 Barrow S.B.Co. Barrow. Comp. eng. 108nhp. Imported by Melbourne Harbour Trust, last official owner J.Fenwick
& Co, reg.
ss, tug, 25g, 17n, ON112511, 52.4 x 12.0 x 6.9, B.1896 W.Dunn, Berry's Bay,
Nth.Sydney. stm eng. 15nhp. last
official owner McEnnally Bros & Co.Ltd, reg.
GERANIUM HMAS S ss sloop/minesweeper. 1250t disp. 262.5' x 33', B.1915/16 Greenock, presented to RAN 1919. Paid off Nov. 1927. Stripped at Cockatoo D.Y. and scuttled off Sydney Apl. l6, 1935.
S tss 228g, 30n, ON120727, 115.0 x 22.1 x 10.0, B.1898
Fleming & Ferguson,
ps, 191g, 116n, ON48675, 130.0 x 21.1 x 10.3, B.1864 (1) Palmer Bros, Jarrow on
Tyne, eng. 90hp by J.Thompson & Co, Ncle/Tyne. built
GOVERNOR BLACKALL I hulk, ex ss 487g, 331n, ON64390, 194.4 x 23.8 x 15.6,
B.1871 (1) Mort's Dock & Eng.Co, Balmain. Stm eng. 90nhp.
EB. Built for Qld.Govt who intended
operate between Brisbane and Sydney but government forced to resign for
ordering her without parliamentary sanction. Sold to
ASN, reg.Sydney. From June 1888 worked as a collier until hulked 1910
and acquired by Howard Smith Ltd. Scuttled off
GOVERNOR MUSGRAVE I ss 170g, 40n, 130.0 x 21.0 x 13.8, B.1874 Mort's Dock & Eng.Co, Balmain, stm eng. 250IHP. EB. Owner: Marine Board of South Australia as lighthouse tender. Transferred to Commonwea1th Govt c.l914 and sold about 1925. Made into a lighter to store timber awaiting export from Pt.Stephens. Remains reportedly in 'The Duckhole' Pt.Stephens.
S mv tug, 393t, B.1966 State Dockyard Newcastle, NSW for Victorian Government
and operated by Dept of Public Works, usually at
HERCULES S non powered bucket dredge, 561t, B.1915 Owner Maritime
Services Board. Welded
to old tug BUSTLER, q.v. and scuttled
ss tug, 268g, ON125198, 125.3 x 24.2 x 10.8, B.l909 J.P.Rennoldson & Sons,
Sth.Shields. 3X EB Owners: J.Fenwick & Co, reg.Sydney requisitioned by RN
in 1917 and named EPIC till decommissioned. Returned to
HIMMA S ss
tug, 274g, ON168788, 105.2 x 26.6 x 12.2, B.1942 (8) Cochrane & Sons Ltd,
Selby. 3X. named EMPIRE PAT rn 1949 by J.Fenwick & Co, reg.Sydney. Sold
1973 for conversion to cargo ship for use in
S ss torpedo boat destroyer, 700t displ. 250' x 24.5', B.1914/15 Cockatoo Dock,
lighter, ex ps, 128t, ON75036, 110.9 x 18.3 x 7.2, B.1879 W.M.Ford, Blue's Pt,Sydney for CSR. Register closed 1911 - made into a lighter.
hulk, ex 5m sch, 1014g, 907n, ONUS100624, 215.5 x 41.3 x 16.5, B.1896 Hall
Bros, Pt.Blakeley, Wash. owners: G.E.Billings, reg. San Francisco. Dismasted in
IRON DUKE It is reported that a 44t barge of this name was scuttled off Sydney Apl. 22,1950 (or 27th).
S ss tug, 136g, ON87172, 109.0 x 21.0 x 9.0, B.1883 Edwards & Symes, Cubitt
Town, (London) Comp.eng.90hp Owners: J.Halstead,reg.Sydney:Feb.1885 Pt.Jackson
S.S.Co.Ltd:Sept.1898 J & W Brown. Scuttled , 6 miles N.E. of Newcastle, NSW
3mbq 950g, 927n, ON87910, 202.1 x 33.0 x 19.9, B.1883 R & J Evans,
JUNO S ss
ladder dredge 336t, B.1915 owners: NSW Ports & Rivers Dept. Scuttled
S hulk ex ss double ended vehicular ferry - cargo vessel. 525t,
ON152035, 187.0 x 26.6 x 14.5, B.1926 J.Crichton & Co.
HMAS S ss 'Bar' class boom defence vessel, ss 730t disp. 178' x 32', B.1941
Cockatoo Dock, Sydney. 3X 850 IHP.EB. sold Aug. 1965 for demolition. Remains abandoned
KARPOINT see entry for
Oil Fuel Lighter 1208
KAROOLA S mv, 388g, 156n, ON177248, 158.7 x 26.9 x 9.5, B.1947 Trieste and named EGENES; rn 1948 ERDSTAAL; rn 1951 QUININA: rn KORARA by Adelaide SS Co:rn Karoola 1971 by Stannard Bros. who took it to Sydney July 1971 and sold the engine for use in HIMMA q.v. and hull sunk by RAN by gunfire off Sydney Apl.2,1974.
KATOOMBA I hulk, ex tss 1006g, 489n, ON74976, 249.8 x 19.0 x 19.0, B.1878 Pt.Glasgow 2 x comp.eng.200nhp. Scuttled to form northern breakwater Newcastle NSW Feb.1905.
KEMBLA I hulk ex ps, 449g
, 283n, ON36869, 209.2 x 22.6 x 11.5, B.1860
KESTREL scuttled off Sydney Sept.21,1965. No detail located.
tss 338g, ON150176, 135.6 x 32.0 x 8.2, B.1922 R.J.Lucey, Narooma, NSW. 2 x comp.eng 40nhp. Mort's Dock.
Mach.aft. Scuttled off
HMAS RAN's 1st boom defence ship, B.1938 Cockatoo. 553t, 135' x 25.5' Sold for
scrap 1967 and while breaking up sank in
boom defence vessel ex ss double ended ferry. 335t, ON136383, 156.5 x 33.2 x
12.3, B.1914 David Drake Ltd, Balmain NSW 3X 69nhp Mort's Dock. Sold 1940.
S ss double ended Ferry, 407g, ON112524, 171.5 x 31.3 x 14.7, B.1901 Mort's
Dock & Eng. Co.Balmain, 3X 85nhp EB Owners: Pt.Jackson Co-op SS Co:
Nov.1907 Pt.Jackson & Manly SS Co.reg.Sydney: 1928 Newcastle Ferries Ltd, hulked 1934.
Hexham bridge, over the
ss 194g, 99n, ON150194, 138.0 x 32.1 x 8.5, B.1916 Commonwealth Dockyard,
Cockatoo Is. stm eng. 20nhp. double ended ferry named
BILOELA, sold & renamed ROMANTIC 1924: Oct.1925 renamed KURNELL and sold
Newcastle Ferries: June 1939 N.D.Hegarty:May 1940 Luna Park Ltd. Dec.1941
Penguin Ltd and hulked. Scuttled off
KURRARA I ss 387g, ON89493, B.1883
ex USS Conway - Oct.1940: B.1918. Damaged in air attack, 1943.Scuttled off
MAHINAPUA see entry for
S hulk, ex ss, collier, 605g, ON104580, B.1894 Bowling. Owners: Bellambi Coal
Co. Hulked after capsize in 1928. Scuttled off
MALLOW HMAS, Flower class sloop, S ss B.1915/16 Glasgow. Presented to RAN 1919; paid off Nov.1925. Scuttled off Sydney Aug.1, 1935.
MANNING I ps 89g, 0N74962, B.1878
MARGARET Hopper barge, owned by J&J Daley, scuttled
HMAS Flower class sloop, S ss B.1915/16 Glasgow. Present to RAN 1919. Paid off July 1929. Scuttled
hulk ex ss collier, 944g, ON109960, B.1898
hulk ex ss 472g, ON129125, B.l910 Holland. Gutted by
MATAGALPA S tsmv 1174g, B.1920 Quincy, Mass
as USN OSBORNE, converted & RN 1933.
When a transport for US Govt took fire No.2 Glebe,
MEDUSA S ss B.1913 Hong Kong.Reg.Singapore and 1939 became HMS aux.minesweeper: Escaped and 1942 HMAS MERCEDES. Sold 1945 and scuttled off Sydney Jan.20, 1948.
MEGGOL see entry for
MORIB S tsmv hopper barge, 682g, 302n, ON169417, 162.0 x 33.1 x 15.1, B.1944 Wm.Simons & Co.Ltd, Renfrew Scuttled off Sydney Jan.8, 1971.
MORTLAKE BANK. S ss 1371g, ON147708, 235.1 x 36.1 x 15.3, B.1924 Swan,
Hunter & Wigham Richardson, Newcastle on Tyne,
and named ELFSTONE rn 1937. 3X mach aft. owners: McIlwraith, McEacharn Ltd,
'60-miler' collier. Sold to breakers Aug. 1969 and remains abandoned in
MYEE S tss 145g, ON117603, 100.0 x 20.1 x 6.4, B. 1903
NAMOI S ps
1415g, ON89250, 245.2 x 31.6 x 21.7, B.1883 J.Key
& Sons, Kinghorn. Osc. eng. 350hp.EB for
hopper barge property J & J Daley, reported scuttled
NEWCASTLE S ps 1251g, ON88978, 264.6 x 32.9 x 15.9, B.1884 J.Key & Sons, Kinghorn, Comp.osc.eng. 500nhp EB. Built for Sydney-Newcastle passenger service. Sold Aug.1928 to shipbreakers. Scuttled off Sydney Heads June 1. 1933.
NUMBERED CRAFT No.5 Hopper barge 250t capacity Owned -Maritime
Svcs Bd. Scuttled off Sydney Jul.23, 1954: No.8 scuttled off
No.651 S hopper barge 350t, B.1952 Owners: Maritime Services Board, scuttled off Sydney Apl. 29, 1987.
Hopper barge 206t, B.1955 Owner:Maritime
Services Board, scuttled off
Hopper barge, 206t, B.1957 Owners: Maritime Services Board, Scuttled off
Hopper barge 206t, B.1957 Owners: Maritime
Services Board, Scuttled at Narrabeen Artifical Reef,
OIL FUEL LIGHTER 1204 RAN vessel. Reportedly scuttled off
OIL FUEL LIGHTER 1208 S lighter B.1945 Evans, Deakin,
ss tug, 208g, ON89095, 125.3 x 22.1 x 12.5, B.1885 Pearce Bros,
W t ss 213g, 112n ,ON125163, 119.3 x 28.5 x 7.6, B.1908 A.W.Settree,
Laurieton NSW 2 x comp.eng.28nhp Mort's Dock. Last owners A.&
E.Ellis Ltd, reg.Sydney. Register closed 1928
'dismantled' remains reported scuttled off Sydney Heads
200t lighter of this name reportedly owned by Penguin P/L was reported scuttled
PIONEER HMAS S ss cruiser 2200t displ. 314' x 36', B.1899/1900
suction dredge 261t, Owner:Maritime
Services Board, reported scuttled off
launch of this name reportedly owned by Penguin P/L was said to be scuttled off
tss 191t formerly unregister
drogher MYALL owned by Allen Taylor & Co.Ltd and acquired by Nicholson Bros
in 1961 with the view of chartering her to MSB as a crange
barge. This failed to evenuate and the hull was
finally scuttled, after a long layup, off
PROVINCIAL TRADER S mv 419t, ON196905, 139' x
32'8", B.1959 (12) Evans Deakin & Co, Brisbane, Diesel eng by Crossley. Built as fire fighting tug named BP PARMELIA for use at
PYRMONT II S ash barge built to dump ash from Pyrmont Power House. Harbour Lighterage Owners. Scuttled at the Artifical Reef, off Long Reef, July 5, 1977, dimensions 112' x 24' x 12'.
HMAS S ss light cruiser. 2135t 314' x 36', B.1898/100
Devonport RN Dockyard. Commissioned in RAN 1915 sold and hulked July
1922 and employed at Pt.Stephens NSW as a timber lighter until she sank in
are now scattered.
ROBERT R. HIND W 4m sch, 564g, 520n, ON (US) 111223, 162.5 x 36.8 x 12.8,
B.1899 Hay & Wright, Alameda, Calif. Last owners Hind, Rolph & Co, reg.
SAMSON Barge, scuttled off Sydney Feb.19, 1972 (possibly former steam lighter owned by Maritime Services Board, B.1912 and measuring 255t).
lighter ex ss 77t, ON89382, 81.7 x 17.0 x 5.5, B.1885 Foster & Minty,
SEAMEG Lighter, scuttled off Sydney Mar.l, 1972. Not identified.
HMAS S tss destroyer 1075t displ. 276' x 26',
B.1918/19 Swan Hunter,
ss tug, 148t, ON88985, 130.6 x 20.8 x 10.2, B.1885 Callen Bros, Stockton. comp. eng 91nhp Last owners J & A Brown, reg.
HMAS S tss, 650t displ. 186' x 31' 2 x 3X 1800ihp. B.1943
tss destroyer, 1075t displ. 276' x 26', B.1918, W.Doxford,
lighter, ex ss hopper barge, cargo ship and train ferry. 859g, 497n, 206.0 x
33.1 x L4.3, B.1908 W. Simons & CO , Renfrew,
S torpedo boat destroyer, 700t disp. 250' x 24.5' B.1915 Cockatoo Is. Syney. Paid off 1928. Stripped of armament and turbine engines
etc., and together with ex HMAS PARRAMATTA were handed to NSW government in
1930 as accommodation ships to be moored in Hawkesbury river
for convicts building a road in Ku-ring-gai Chase. The plan was never carried
out; the hulls were sold in 1933 and were briefly used as barges. In Feb.1934
the hulls were being towed to
S tss destroyer 1075t disp. 276' x 26' B.1918 . Sold for demolition June 1937 to Penguin P/L. Scuttled
SYDNEY S lighter, ex tss MAHINAPUA 458g, 239n, ON75280, 160.0 x 26.8 x 12.6, B.1881 W.Denny & Bros. Dumbarton 2 x comp.eng. 80nhp hulked 1911, and converted for use in timber trade at Pt.Stephens and renamed. Foundered in 1925 at Pt.Stephens Oct.7th.
SYDNEY Iron hopper barge, ex ps CITY OF
SYLVAN I ss 196g, 113n, ON46968, 119.4 x 20.2 x 8.9, B.1882
Murdoch & Murray, Pt.Glaspow. Comp.eng. 36nhp. Built for Wilson, Hart & Co.
Maryborough, Q. Last official owner (May 1921) J.A.Callen who supposedly hulked the vessel. Sank at her moorings Dec. 1924, raised and run upon the bank.
Remains still visible at
TASMAN HAULER S mv tug 419t, ON196904, 139' x
32'8", B.1959 (11) Evans, Deakin Brisbane as B.P.COCKBURN, a firefighting tug for Kwinana WA, renamed COCKBURN and in
1982 became Tasman Hauler, based at Eden. Scuttled off
S tss, destroyer 1075t. 276' x 26', B.1918 Beardmore turbs. Sold for
demolition June 1937 and scuttled
ss 1465g, 910n, ON84500, 250.0 x 34.2 x 18.0, B.1890 W.Denny
& Bros. Dumbarton. Owners: Union S S Co of N.Ltd. reg.Dunedin. Laid up in Sydney Dec.1921: Sold to W.Waugh for demolition 1924.
TERARA I lighter, ex ps. 152g, 96n, ON89336, 125.3 x 20.0 x 6.7, B.1885 Atlas Engineering Co, Sydney. Comp. eng. 30nhp EB. Built for Illawarra S.N.Co., July 1896 to North Coast SN Co. May 1914 to NSW Government and used as a ferry for workers at Walsh Is. Hulked.c.1924 and employed in timber lightering Pt.Stephens. Abandoned hulk opposite Tea Gardens, Pt.Stephens.
tss 286g 114n, ON125205, 147.0 x 28.1 x 7.0, B.1909 J.Wright,
Cape Hawke, NSW. Last official owner S.G.White,
VALIANT S mv tug, 72t. B.1945
HMAS V&W class destroyer, S tss l090t disp. 312' x
hopper barge, 231t, B.1912 and formerly owned by Townsville Harbour Board, sold
hulk, ex ss, 518g, 196n, ON106245, 165.4 x 24.3 x 12.3, B.1899 Murdoch &
Murray, Pt.Glasgow. Comp. eng. machinery aft, 3 masts.
WEXFORD HMS see entry for
WICKLOW Hopperbarge reportedly owned by
J. & J.Daley, scuttled
hulk, ex ss, 2341g, 1473n, ON98127, 310.2 x 39.1 x 22.4, B.1890 A & J Inglis, Glasgow. 3X
379nhp EB. Interstate passenger liner built for AUSN. sold
May 1924 W.Waugh Ltd, for dismantling. Sunk at moorings
tss tug, 104g, ON136464, 91.0 x 18.5 x 8.0, B.1886 Atlas engineering Works,
Sydney 2 x comp. 65nhp Rankin & Blackmore,
Greenock. Owners: J. Fenwick & Co, reg.
torpedo boat destroyer, S ss 700t disp. 250' x 24', B. W.Denny,
Dumbarton, turbs. Paid off 1920, demolition commenced
1929 remains scuttled
ss, 407g,197n, ON128809, 145.0x 24.1 x 10.4, B.1910 W.Harkness
& Son, Middlesbro' comp.eng.
machinery aft, collier. Originally
named TEESWOOD rn 1912. Last owner (as a hulk) Penguin