canal70a  Port Adelaide Canal, some time in 1970. The Canal was intended to link Port Adelaide and Adelaide, but only a few hundred feet was constructed, with timber wharves along the sides. The wharves have since been demolished, and much of this filled in as a park and the Port Canal shopping centre built at the end. 19-011  Port Adelaide telephone exchange in Commercial Road near the viaduct, April 1976. The original building has since been demolished. 19-012  Railway viaduct seen from Ethelton in April 1976. The plaster works and wharf at left have since been demolished, and the area is now a park. 20-001  Tug boat "Fearless" moored near the Jervois Bridge in April 1976. It is now on dry land in Birkenhead, and may be scrapped.
20rg-001  Tug boat "Fearless" moored near the Jervois Bridge in April 1976. It is now on dry land in Birkenhead, and may be scrapped. The original 110 negative is in poor condition - this is the same scan in black & white. 20-002  MV Troubridge at the Roll On Roll Off berth near the Jervois Bridge in April 1976. Four cranes are visible in Dock 2; only two remain. 20r-002  MV Troubridge at the Roll On Roll Off berth near the Jervois Bridge in April 1976. Four cranes are visible in Dock 2; only two remain. The original 110 negative is in poor condition - this is the same scan in black & white. 187-002  MV Doulos at Port Adelaide - Sunday 21 May 1989
187-003  MV Doulos at Port Adelaide, with Falie - Sunday 21 May 1989