Penarth Dock, South Wales - 150 years - the heritage and legacy  
Penarth Dock, South Wales - the heritage & legacy . . .

Volume Eight - Pre-Victorian to the present day - more aspects - George Wehrley - Photographer . . .

s.v. 'Inverurie' - under tow off Penarth Head c.1910.

Wehrley, 97 Glebe Street, Penarth.
Wehrley, 97 Glebe Street, Penarth.

s.v. 'Inverurie' - under tow off Penarth Head c.1910. In the enlargement, a rowing boat with two men are seen alongside the vessel whilst she is under tow of two tugs but not under way. Just take another look and admire her lovely lines! Another fine photographic record attributed to George Wehrley and held within the Penarth Dock Collection. [001] [20200501]

s.v. 'Inverurie'.
s.v. 'Inverurie' - A lovely graphic of the three masted barque in partial sail with acknowledgement to the State Library of Victoria. [Accession no: H99.220/3655] [783] The vessel was built at the yard of Alexander Hall & Sons Limited of Aberdeen. She had a three-quarter female figurehead the hull being made of steel and she was launched in 1889. Her vital statistics were length 242ft. 2in. x breadth 37ft. 1in x depth 21ft. 6in. and her tonnage was 1,374 tons. Whilst en route from Belfast bound for Sydney, she hit rocks and became a total wreck off Bally Ferris Point, Co. Antrim, Ireland, during November 1914.
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