1924 on board the steamer 'Canberra'

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    Charles Mitchell (second left) and friends on board the ship.
    T.S.S. 'Canberra'. The Australian Steamships Limited steamer 'Canberra'. This vessel sailed along the Australian coast between Queensland and Southern ports.
    The details of this vessel as published in the 1924-25 editon of Lloyd’s register of Shipping were as follows:
    Canberra Official number 132441
    Steel hull, twin screw steamship
    Built 1913 by A. Stephen & Sons, in Glasgow
    Tonnage: 7710 tons gross, 6665 net.
    Dimensions:
    Length: 410 ft. Breadth: 57.2 ft. Depth: 38.4 ft.
    Owner: Australia Steam Ships Propriety Ltd., managed by Howard Smiths
    Port of registry: Melbourne, Australia

    1. elinor04 thanks for 28,000,000+ views! 59 months ago | reply

      Love this set of ship photos! Great light on each pic.

    2. Rita was here... 59 months ago | reply

      Such well-dressed gents!

    3. Aussie~mobs 59 months ago | reply

      Nori (Nóra Mészöly) Thank you both. My grandfather in his batchelor days seemed to get around with this group of friends. Until I scanned my grandparent's album I didn't know of these photos.

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