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  • M.V. Matang : general view

    Transportation · Tyers, R. K. (Ray K.), 1919- · Lee Kip Lin Collection
    A 1950s photograph of the M.V. Matang where the M.V. stands for Motor Vessel. It used to be a battle ship involved in the Battle of Wuhan. Part of a compiled album, with a label : "Photographs by R.K. Tyers. Staff Straits Steamship Co., Ltd. Singapore." Date of creation estimated.
    Reproduction Available
  • M.V. "Marudu" : general view

    Transportation · Lee Kip Lin Collection
    A photograph of the M.V "Marudu". It was purchased by the Singapore Government in 1964, re-named "Singapore" and converted to a training ship for seamen. Part of a compiled album, with a label : "Photographs by : R.K. Tyers. Staff Straits Steamship Co., Ltd. Singapore." Title devised by Library staff....
    Reproduction Available
  • S/S Atreus in harbour, 1919 : general view

    Streets and Places · Transportation · Lee Kip Lin Collection
    This is a 1919 photograph of S.S. Atreus at Singapore. The photograph is mounted on a board, with handwritten words "S/S ATREUS SINGAPOR 1919. PILGRIMS. Pilgrims" on the front. She was built in 1911 for the Blue Funnel Line and made many voyages carrying pilgrims on their way to and...
  • S/S Pyrrhus in harbour, 1920 : general view

    Economy · Streets and Places · Transportation · Lee Kip Lin Collection
    This 1920 photograph is mounted on a board, with handwritten words "S/S Pyrrhus Singapore" on the front. This photograph shows S/S Pyrrhus in the harbour. Singapore was an important port-of-call in the 1900s. The ship could have been ferrying passengers or carrying cargoes such as tin ores, coffee, pepper, rice,...
  • ORION 1919, Singapore

    Transportation · Streets and Places · Lee Kip Lin Collection
    This 1919 photograph is mounted on a board, with handwritten words "ORION 1919 Singapore" on the front. This photograph shows Orion in the harbour. Singapore was an important port-of-call in the 1900s. The ship could have been ferrying passengers or carrying cargoes such as tin ores, coffee, pepper, rice, rubber...