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Books - Maritime

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Australian Sea Stories

Australia Sea Stories by Jack Loney. Second Edition Soft cover consisting of 150 pages. Published in 1985, Reprinted 1988. Measuring 22cm x 17cm

Price:$13.50


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Leading Lights

Leading Lights, The story of the Warrnambool Lighthouses and Lighthouse Keepers by Elizabeth Douglas. Published in 1998, 112 pages. Soft cover measuring 22cm x 22cm

Price:$11.00


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Lost of the Loch Ard
Whilst many know the story of the 1878 wreck of the Loch Ard and its two survivors, this latest book reveals the stories of the passengers and crew who did not survive. The Lost of the Loch Ard – Thoroughly researched and excellently illustrated and presented, the book tells the stories of those who died and the families they left behind. Discover where they were from, and the impact of their deaths on those who remained. Written by husband and wife team Drs. Ron and Carlyn Sproston who are both experienced historians and researchers, and volunteers at Flagstaff Hill Maritime Village.


Price:$24.95


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The Loch Ard Disaster
The Loch Ard Disaster by Jack Loney. Tenth Edition Soft cover, 79 pages. Measuring 22cm x 15 cm.
'Early one cold June morning more than 100 years ago, the iron clipper Loch Ard met her doom on Mutton Bird Island near Port Campbell. She left an irish girl and a young ships apprentice as the only survivors; a shipwreck which gave its name to the Loch Ard Gorge, today a focal point for tourists and divers along the rugged Victorian west coast'.

Price:$9.95


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The Mahogany Ship
The Mahogany Ship by Jack Loney. Seventh Edition 1998 Soft cover consisting of 24 pages Measuring 21cm x 14.5 cm


Price:$7.00


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The Mahogany Ship A Survey of Evidence
The Mahogany Ship, A Survey of the Evidence by J.W Powling. A comprehensive study of all the evidence relating to the Mahogany Ship mystery. Published 2003, soft cover, 99 pages. Measuring 30cm x 21cm


Price:$20.00


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The Peacock That Became A Legend
reprinted and updated 2015 An up to date history of Australia's most significant shipwreck artefact - The Loch Ard Peacock. Long recognised as Australia’s most significant shipwreck artefact 'The Loch Ard Peacock' was added to the state heritage register in 2010. The research undertaken to gain this recognition was developed into this beautiful newly updated booklet. It records its journey from being made in the kilns of England to now being the centre piece of Flagstaff Hill Maritime Village collection and reveals some interesting surprises! Written by Dr Ron Sproston - Volunteer at Flagstaff Hill Maritime Village. A great read.
Australia most signficant shipwreck artefact 'The Loch Ard Peacock' was recently added to the state heritage register.

The research that was undertaken to gain this recognition has been developed into a beautiful new booklet. It recalls its journey from being made in the kilns of England to now being the centre piece of Flagstaff Hill Maritime Village collection.

Produced by Dr Ron Sprouston - Volunteer at Flagstaff Hill Maritime Village. New images, new information and a great read.

Price:$7.95


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