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Half-plate glass negative showing the Moturoa Wharf with a small building, a car and a woman out from in the lower left corner. The construction of the Newton King Wharf is shown on the right side with the dredger 'Paritutu' along side. Wooden piles and beams are on the wharf. 1924
Accession No
PHO2010-0066

Half plate glass negative showing rock formations in the water near the New Plymouth Harbour with the Breakwater and a ship in the middle distance.
Accession No
PHO2010-0067

Half plate glass negative showing a ship moored at the Newton King Wharf behind a small boat and a floating raft on the left of the negative. The unfinished wharf with its wooden piles prominent at the front and centre of the negative, and a small wooden shed and tower erected along the right edge of the wharf, and two more tower in the distance near the end of the wharf.
Accession No
PHO2010-0070

Half plate glass negative showing the Moturoa Wharf with two ships moored at it. The rest of the harbour, including the Newton King Wharf, extends from the bottom edge of the negative along the right edge, with the Dredger 'Paritutu' pulled up along side the wharf. The land is covered with wooden piles and man working on them. There are two small buildings, one at the lower left corner and one along the right edge.
Accession No
PHO2010-0071

Half plate glass negative looking east toward New Plymouth with the harbour in the foreground. The ships moored at the Moturoa Wharf are hidden by long buildings erected along the wharf, though their tops can be seen. The Newton King Wharf also has a ship docked on it. The bottom left hand corner shows water lapping up on the beach and the borough of New Plymouth is in the background. 1924
Accession No
PHO2010-0072

Half plate glass negative showing workmen with supervisor in a space getting ready for lifting a block into place. New Plymouth and Mount Taranaki are visible in the background. ca.1920's
Accession No
PHO2010-0073

Half plate glass negative showing the Newton King Wharf. The ship General Botha is moored to the left of the wharf. Railway lines run down the length of the wharf with four men walking on it. 1924
Accession No
PHO2010-0074

Half plate glass negative showing rubble in the foreground of the lower right hand corner. The large ship, Port Curtis, is moored on the left edge of the photograph with a dredger right behind it, the schooner Holmwood on the right and the ship John barely visible on the right edge of the photograph. 1924
Accession No
PHO2010-0075

Half glass plate negative showing wide view of the New Plymouth Harbour with two ships moored at the Moturoa Wharf, on the right a ship moored at the Newton King Wharf and one ship in the water between the two. 1924
Accession No
PHO2010-0077

Half plate glass negative showing ships moored at both wharves with the dredger near the end of the Main Breakwater. New Plymouth can be seen in the background. 1924
Accession No
PHO2010-0078

Half plate glass negative showing rock outcropping on the right hand side of the photograph. Past the rocks, the New Plymouth Harbour can be seen in the distance with two boats in the harbour. ca.1920's
Accession No
PHO2010-0079

Half plate glass negative showing the end portion of the Main Breakwater with crane and concrete block and three men working to help place it.
Accession No
PHO2010-0080

Half plate glass negative looking down the Newton King Wharf towards Paritutu. The 'Tees' is docked to the left with stockpiles of timber and coal in the middle of the wharf, several men standing and working around them. 1924
Accession No
PHO2010-0082

Half plate glass negative showing logs in the foreground with a large steam crane on the left edge lifting one of the logs. Two men are photographed, one standing on the logs and the other leaning against the crane. Three buildings and two of the Sugar Loaves are in the background.
Accession No
PHO2010-0084

Half plate glass negative of the HMS Veronica docked on the left side of the Newton King Wharf. Two structures at the end of the wharf are visible. 1924
Accession No
PHO2010-0085

Half plate glass negative looking North-West at the port showing rail tracks leading up the Newton King Wharf. Timber is piled in foreground, behind it the Moturoa Wharf has three ships moored. The breakwater is in the background. 1924
Accession No
PHO2010-0086

Half plate glass negative showing the Moturoa Wharf on the left and part of the Newton King Wharf to the right. Two ships are moored at the Moturoa Wharf, the dredger is pulling up to the Newton King Wharf and two ships are underway on the horizon. Two people are on the sand at the bottom of the photograph. 1924
Accession No
PHO2010-0087

Half plate glass negative showing the Moturoa Wharfon the left with the Tairoa (outer), Regulus (inner), Tredinnick on Breakwater side. 1924
Accession No
PHO2010-0090

Half plate glass negative looking North East showing the Main Breakwater, Moturoa Wharf, and the end of the Newton King Wharf on the right. One ship is leaving the port. New Plymouth is visible in the background. 1924
Accession No
PHO2010-0091

Half plate glass negative showing unnamed ship moored to the left of a wharf. A cargo net is suspended on the right side of the boat over the wharf, and above that a life boat is hanging. Five men are standing on the dock watching the cargo net.
Accession No
PHO2010-0093

Half plate glass negative showing the Moturoa Wharf with two ships moored on its right side. The lower left corner shows wooden frames and rock piles. Street lights run along the left side of the wharf and a small locomotive is visible close to the end of the wharf on the rail tracks. The Newton King Wharf extends from the right edge with one boat moored on it and a dredger is just beyond the end of the wharf.
Accession No
PHO2010-0094

Half plate glass negative showing the ship General Botha taking up the width of the frame with a small section of the Newton King Wharf and hills in the background. 1924

The South African Training Ships General Botha was first named the HMS Thames before becomming a merchant naval training ship. It reverted back to its original name when it retired as a training ship and was sunk near False Bay near Simon's Town as a target.
Accession No
PHO2010-0095
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