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Newcastle's Lee Wharf, seen through the rails of a berthed ship. Almost certainly the ship in front is the Largs Bay, being loaded with butter in June 1936.

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Newcastle’s Lee Wharf, seen through the rails of a berthed ship. Almost certainly the ship in front is the Largs Bay, being loaded with butter in June 1936.

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Superb view of Newcastle’s Lee Wharf, seen through the rails of a berthed ship. Almost certainly the ship in front is the Largs Bay, being loaded with butter in June 1936. Image scanned from a negative in Greg and Sylvia Ray’s Ken Magor collection. Available in sizes from postcard to mural.

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