New Zealand frozen meat trade; history of a sheep from a New Zealand sheep station to the Central Meat Market, London. Reprinted by permission from 'The Pictorial World', July 21 1887.
Reference Number: Eph-E-MEAT-1887-01
Illustrations (some by Hare and some by S.B.) and text about the export meat trade. The illustrations show:A New Zealand sheep station / Hare sc.Breeds of sheepPreparing for shipmentSaloon of NZSCo's RMS 'Rimutaka' / S.B.New Zealand Shipping Company's R.M.S. 'Rimutaka', with passengers and frozen mutton, leaving Port Lyttelton, New Zealand, for London[Two] views of freezing works, Tomoana, Hawkes Bay, NZDischarging freezing chamber / SB; S Hare scHaslam's freezing machines, as used by Nelson Brothers for the refrogerating chambersMessers [sic] Black & Stimpson's Central Meat Market, London / Hare sc.
1 image, categorised under Posters, Ephemera, Engravings and Advertising, related to E W Maclean, Black & Stimpson (Firm, London), Nelson Brothers Ltd, New Zealand Shipping Company Ltd, Rimutaka (Ship. 1883-1899), Tomoana, Lyttelton, London, Freezing works, Frozen meat, Meat industry and trade, Mutton and Lamb (Meat).
New Zealand frozen meat trade; history of a sheep from a New Zealand sheep station to the Central Meat Market, London. Reprinted by permission from 'The Pictorial World', July 21 1887., Reference Number Eph-E-MEAT-1887-01 (1 digitised items)
Extent: 1 b&w art print(s)Engraving, 750 x 612 mm.. Vertical imageEphemera
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