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Group of Navy men

Photograph of a group of Navy men on the C.L.S.S. Lady Loch.
Lighthouse Tender, "Lady Loch", ex Gunboat. Built in 1886 by Campbell, Sloss & McCann in Footscray, Melbourne for the Victorian Dept. of Public Works. Iron Steamship of 531 tons. Built for use as a lighthouse tender and serviced lighthouses around the south east coast and Tasmania. Owned by Victorian Ports and Harbours Dept. Register closed in September 1935 when the vessel was converted to a hulk at Brisbane. Official Number: 88946 Length: 182' from: -

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Iron Pot Light House

Photograph of Iron Pot Lighthouse, located on an craggy island in the Derwent Estuary about 17.5 kilometres east of Hobart, Tasmania at the mouth of the Derwent River.

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