Newcastle (inhabited place)
Found in 53 Collections and/or Records:
350 x 274 mm. A view from rising ground in the town, looking over roof tops to the harbour and the sea, with the promontory of Nobby's Head beyond the wharves.
220x133mm. View looking down the hillside towards the military barracks at Newcastle.
206 x 160 mm. A general view of part of the town of Newcastle, situated 160 miles N.N.W. of Durban at the foot of the Drakensberg range, with a small bridge over the Incandu River in the foreground. The caption 'Newcastle, Natal' is wriiten on the print itself.
A view showing part of the (?) southern breakwater at Newcastle.
340 x 262 mm. Exterior view.
340 x 262 mm. Platform view.
105 x 80 mm.
237 x 186 mm. A view looking along a wharf, with sailing ships moored and cranes loading sacks of wheat from railway trucks. Trucks loaded with coal can be seen on the line to the right.
265 x 204 mm. A view looking along the railway lines which run down to the wharves, with the harbour and Nobby’s Head beyond. By the dockside is a raised track and machinery for loading coal with the masts of berthed ships visible behind.
242 x 192 mm. A view looking out over the roofs of the town towards Nobby’s Head, with shipping in the harbour and moored to wharves. Nobby’s Head was originally an island (first mentioned in Captain Cook’s log for May 1770), the breakwater being constructed between 1818 and 1846. The lighthouse, built in 1857, can just be seen: previously the island had served first as a convict labour camp and then as a quarantine station.
241 x 191 mm. A view looking out over rooftops towards the harbour. In the foreground shipping can be seen moored to the wharfs, with a railway running along the dockside. Out in the harbour, ships can be seen moored to a partially completed breakwater.
235 x 179 mm. A view looking down on the winding track at the point where it fords a small stream. With thick forests on either side of the path.
350 x 274 mm. A view looking down on the railway terminal situated beside the wharves, where two steamers are moored, with the promontory of Nobby's Head beyond. The promontory is situated on the outer lip of the harbour.
155 x 200 mm. Sailed from Newcastle on 18 Jan. 1900. Note on the back, ‘The Southern Cross was wrecked in the River Tagus, & for many years used as a dance hall. We saw her several times from the Royal Mail ships to & from Lisbon, then she disappeared.’
200 x 155 mm. No name is visible but the funnel has the same Pattee Cross as Y308M/1 and 2.
200 x 155 mm. Suffolk, owned by Birt, Trinder and Bethell, sailed from Newcastle on 19 April 1900.
200 x 150 mm. Though no name is visible, the cross on the funnel and the general appearance correspond to Y308M/5. Suffolk was wrecked, with the loss of more than 900 horses, near Cape St. Francis on 24 September 1900, en route from Fiume.
229 x 291 mm (overall), 140 x 203 mm (image). Halftone print. Studio name printed as part of image, print inscribed by hand in ink, au recto, below image. Photograph is taken from an elevated location and shows a densely populated area, believed to be 'The Camp' indicated in the caption, among distant mountaintops. There are negligible details present in the sky. For another photograph of the same scene see Y307J/5.
229 x 291 mm (overall), 140 x 203 mm (image). Halftone print. Studio name printed as part of image, print inscribed by hand in ink, au recto, below image. Photograph is taken from an elevated location and shows a densely populated area, believed to be 'The Camp' indicated in the caption, among distant mountaintops. See Y307J/4 for another image of the same scene.. This print exhibits higher contrast, and has clouds which have been added in to create a more complete scene.
A view of the wharves, with moored shipping and railway trucks loaded with coal running up to the ships' sides. The dyke is situated in the middle of Newcastle harbour at Carrington, and contains the main coal exporting wharves.
350 x 274 mm. A view looking along the railway line, crowded with freight trucks full of coal, towards the wharves, which are lined with steam and sailing vessels waiting to be loaded. The Dyke is situated in the centre of Newcastle harbour, at Carrington, and contains the main coal exporting wharves.
340 x 262 mm. A view showing the railway lines running alongside, with sailing ships at anchor.
340 x 262 mm. A view of the railway lines with rolling stock and the harbour with numerous sailing ships in the background.
340 x 262 mm. A view looking land-ward from the sea.
A view of the deck of a French wreck.