Photograph: Barque PAMIR (1905) berthed at wharf with a passenger liner moored to starboard

Raine, William Hall (b.1892, d.1955)
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Silver gelatin photographic print of barque PAMIR (1905) berthed at wharf in harbour next to cargo crane, a passenger liner adjacent on wharf to its starboard side which is a Union Castle Line vessel, which may have been used as a World War Two troopship as large windows on the midsection are painted out. Another cruise liner is in background on adjacent wharf. the city in background is possibly Wellington. Several people are standing on wharf looking at the ship.

During World War Two, PAMIR (1905) was seized as a prize of war by the New Zealand Government on 3 August 1941 while in port at Wellington.
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Gratton J. (Colin) Grey
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Raine, William Hall (b.1892, d.1955): Photographer
Silver Gelatin Print: 0 - Whole
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2D objects (HxW): H 164 W 215mm: 0 - Whole
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