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'Coomonderry' in rough seas at Burnie, Tasmania in 1923

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      Date: 1923 -

Description: 'Coomonderry' off Burnie - a regular at Smithton, Tasmania. The 'Coomonderry' was a veteran when she was purchased by J S Lee and Sons to take timber from Smithton. She was originally a steamship but was converted to a fore and aft schooner. Like many of the ships trading from the Duck River the 'Coomonderry' had an occasional mishap including one in Emu Bay in 1930s.

Format: Pictorial and artistic works
Object: photographs

'Coomonderry' in rough seas at Burnie, Tasmania in 1923

Subjects: shipping industrysteamshipsschooners (ships)timbers

People/Orgs: Coomonderry (vessel)Lee J S & Sons

Places: Burnie, TasmaniaDuck River, TasmaniaSmithton, TasmaniaEmu Bay, TasmaniaBurnie, Tasmania

Institution: Circular Head Heritage Centre

Object number: CHH_00635

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