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Schooner Julius Vogel and steamship Grafton on the patent slip, Evans Bay, Wellington, Ca 1880

Reference Number: 10x8-1825-G

View of the patent slip at Evans Bay, Wellington, looking south towards the harbour, showing the schooner Julius Vogel and the steamship Grafton on the slip, and a small steam vessel on the hard alongside. Photograph taken ca 1880 by an unknown photographer.

Key terms:
1 image, categorised under Wet plate photonegatives, related to Julius Vogel (Ship), Grafton (Ship. 1854-1898)), Evans Bay, Shipping - New Zealand - Wellington Region, Steamships and Ships - Maintenance and repair - New Zealand - Wellington Region.

Part of:
Maplesden, Peter Wilson :Negatives of Evans Bay slip, Reference Number PAColl-6676 (6 digitised items)

Extent: 1 b&w original negative(s)Wet collodion glass negative 8 x 10 inches. Single negative

Historical Notes: The photograph was taken on the same occasion as 10x8-1822-G, possibly in late 1880. The Grafton is recorded as stranding at the Buller river on 12 May 1880 and the Julius Vogel at Waitara on 31 July 1880, the only incident recorded for this vessel in New Zealand waters.

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