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HMAS Maryborough was one of sixty Australian Minesweepers

HMAS Maryborough was one of sixty Australian Minesweepers

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HMAS Maryborough was one of sixty Australian Minesweepers (commonly known as corvettes) built during

HMAS Maryborough in Cochin, India in December 1942

HMAS Maryborough (I)

HMAS Rockhampton was one of sixty Australian Minesweepers commissioned into the Royal Australian Navy during World

HMAS Gladstone was one of sixty Australian Minesweepers built for service during World War II

HMAS Colac was one of sixty Australian Minesweepers build for service during World War II

HMAS Gladstone. (Allan C Green, State Library of Victoria)

HMAS Cessnock was one of sixty Australian Minesweepers built for service during World War II.

HMAS Kapunda was one of sixty Australian Minesweepers built for service during World War II

Maryborough in Alexandria, circa 1942. Note the disruptive pattern camouflage.

HMAS Gympie was one of sixty Australian Minesweepers built for service during World War II

L-R: HMA Ships Toowoomba, Lismore, Burnie and Maryborough nested at Ceylon, Colombo in November 1944.

HMAS Toowoomba

Ballarat was one of sixty Australian Minesweepers (known as corvettes) built during World War II.

Bathurst-class corvette HMAS Lithgow (1941–1956)

HMAS Shepparton was one of sixty Australian Minesweepers commissioned for service during World War II.

HMAS Fremantle was one of sixty Australian Minesweepers built for service during World War II

HMAS Goulburn operated as a minesweeper, convoy escort and anti-submarine patrol ship during

HMAS Benalla (I)

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HMAS Toowoomba (I)

HMAS Echuca anchored in Sydney Harbour alongside one of her sister Australian Minesweepers.

HMAS Maryborough under construction at Walkers Ltd, Maryborough, Queensland.

HMAS Bendigo

S-class destroyer HMAS Tasmania (1920–1928)

HMAS Tamworth

She was sold to Australian General Trading and Shipping Syndicate, Sydney (Comino Bros Pty Ltd) on 9 May 1947 and renamed Isobel Queen.

Indefatigable-class battlecruiser HMAS Australia (1913–1921)

New post (HMAS HAWK) has been published on Navy, Military and Marine with JC HMAS Hawk (M (formerly HMS Somerlyton) was a Ton-class minesweeper operated by ...

HMAS Goulburn (I)

Launching of HMAS Gawler, 4 October 1941.

Toowoomba on the slipway prior to her launch on 23 March 1941.

Whyalla prior to her launching at Broken Hill Pty Ltd, Whyalla on 12 May 1941.

Maryborough on the slip in her namesake town, Maryborough, Queensland, on the occasion of her launching, 17 October 1940.

HMAS Maryborough

HMAS Dubbo (J251/M251), named for the city of Dubbo, New South Wales, was one of 60 Bathurst-class corvettes constructed during World War II, and one of 36 ...

Australian Navy's retired Bathurst class corvette HMAS Castlemaine recently received new paint job in Williamstown, Australia.

HMAS Townsville in 1946

HMAS Castlemaine

An aerial view of the second HMAS Australia – a heavy cruiser – passing through the Panama Canal in March 1935. Australia saw extensive combat in World War ...

HMAS Vampire was a (RAN) Royal Australian Navy, Daring-class destroyer

HMAS Latrobe

HMAS Castlemaine (J 244)

HMAS Benalla shortly after she was commissioned. A gun shield was later fitted to her

HMAS Maryborough (ACPB 95)

HMAS Bendigo - Corvette by Members of her Ship's Company

HMAS Burnie

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1954 HMAS Maryborough being shipped as 200 tons of scrap to Japan

Now a ship without a name, the waterfront calls her the ship that never sails. You can see her any day—the once proud corcerre, HMAS Maryborough—tied up at ...

1967 Patrol boats for the Royal Australian Navy being built at Walkers Shipyards | Walkers Pty Ltd - Maryborough | Pinterest | Royal australian navy and ...

HMAS Lithgow at Milne Bay, Papua during 1943

Corvette HMAS MARYBOROUGH in her name city - John Oxley Library,

HMAS Vendetta & HMAS Vampire two of the three Daring class destroyers built for the Royal Australian Navy. The other was HMAS Voyager.

HMAS Sydney off Vung Tau preparing to bring Australian troops home, November 1971

HMAS Latrobe

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1967 Patrol boats for the Royal Australian Navy being built at Walkers Shipyards

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Maryborough's launching lady, pictured, was Mrs Goldsmith, wife of the General Manager, Walkers Ltd.

Diaries in any form were disallowed in HMA Ships during World War II but fortunately for history some were kept and many survived.

Souvenir pennant : HMAS Maryborough

... 1941: MARYBOROUGH at the fitting out wharf at Walkers Ltd, Qld. NHA Canada

Canberra, HMAS Canberra in June 2015

HMAS Hammersley'

HMNZS Inverell, a Bathurst class Corvette built by Mort's Dock & Engineering Co at Balmain, New South Wales & commissioned as HMAS Inverell on 17/09/42.

August 1973 HMAS VENDETTA returns to Sydney from her half-life rebuild - RAN.

HMAS VENDETTA II Oct. 1972. ERIC HOGBEN COLLECTION Kookaburra2011 / Foter / CC BY · Royal Australian Navy

HMAS Diamantina, built in 1943, was one of three frigates built at the Maryborough shipyard towards the end of World War II. She was decommissioned in 1980 ...

HMAS Arunta was a Tribal-class destroyer of the Royal Australian Navy (RAN). The destroyer was laid down in 1939 and commissioned into the RAN in

HMAS Tobruk (L is a Landing Ship Heavy (LSH) of the Royal Australian Navy (RAN), based on the design of the Round Table class of the British Royal Fleet ...

HMAS Maryborough was one of sixty Australian Minesweepers (commonly known as corvettes) built during World War II in Australian shipyards as part o…

HMAS Albany (ACPB 86)

HMAS Success (OR 304) is a Durance class multi-product replenishment oiler serving

1945 HMAS Maryborough pictured at top at coming up the Gardens reach ande below the AUSN

The History of HMAS Maryborough 1940 - 1946

HMAS Childers (ACPB 93) is an Armidale class patrol boat of the Royal Australian

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HMAS Brisbane (D 41) was one of three Perth-class guided missile destroyers

A float in one of the parades.

HMAS Whyalla (J 153)

HMAS Castlemaine at Gem Pier, Williamstown. Photo: Peter Williams

Maryborough

HMAS Maryborough crew, Kuwait - 1943

Hobart, HMAS Hobart under construction April 2015

HMAS Burnie in Burnie, Tasmania - 1945

HMAS Australia (1911) - Australia at anchor in Queensland waters

28-inch (1/65 scale) Ton Class Minesweeper Replica Model

HMAS Maryborough was one of sixty Australian Minesweepers (commonly known as corvettes) built during

HMAS Maryborough in Cochin, India in December 1942

HMAS Maryborough (I)

HMAS Rockhampton was one of sixty Australian Minesweepers commissioned into the Royal Australian Navy during World

HMAS Gladstone was one of sixty Australian Minesweepers built for service during World War II

HMAS Colac was one of sixty Australian Minesweepers build for service during World War II

HMAS Gladstone. (Allan C Green, State Library of Victoria)

HMAS Cessnock was one of sixty Australian Minesweepers built for service during World War II.

HMAS Kapunda was one of sixty Australian Minesweepers built for service during World War II

Maryborough in Alexandria, circa 1942. Note the disruptive pattern camouflage.

HMAS Gympie was one of sixty Australian Minesweepers built for service during World War II

L-R: HMA Ships Toowoomba, Lismore, Burnie and Maryborough nested at Ceylon, Colombo in November 1944.

Ballarat was one of sixty Australian Minesweepers (known as corvettes) built during World War II.

HMAS Toowoomba

HMAS Shepparton was one of sixty Australian Minesweepers commissioned for service during World War II.

HMAS Fremantle was one of sixty Australian Minesweepers built for service during World War II

HMAS Goulburn operated as a minesweeper, convoy escort and anti-submarine patrol ship during

HMAS Toowoomba (I)

HMAS Benalla (I)

HMAS Echuca anchored in Sydney Harbour alongside one of her sister Australian Minesweepers.

S-class destroyer HMAS Tasmania (1920–1928)

HMAS Maryborough under construction at Walkers Ltd, Maryborough, Queensland.

HMAS Bendigo

HMAS Latrobe

She was sold to Australian General Trading and Shipping Syndicate, Sydney (Comino Bros Pty Ltd) on 9 May 1947 and renamed Isobel Queen.

HMAS Dubbo (J251/M251), named for the city of Dubbo, New South Wales, was one of 60 Bathurst-class corvettes constructed during World War II, and one of 36 ...

New post (HMAS HAWK) has been published on Navy, Military and Marine with JC HMAS Hawk (M (formerly HMS Somerlyton) was a Ton-class minesweeper operated by ...

Indefatigable-class battlecruiser HMAS Australia (1913–1921)

HMAS Benalla shortly after she was commissioned. A gun shield was later fitted to her

Toowoomba on the slipway prior to her launch on 23 March 1941.

Launching of HMAS Gawler, 4 October 1941.

HMAS Maryborough

Maryborough on the slip in her namesake town, Maryborough, Queensland, on the occasion of her launching, 17 October 1940.

HMAS Townsville in 1946

HMAS Castlemaine

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HMAS Vampire was a (RAN) Royal Australian Navy, Daring-class destroyer

HMAS Maryborough (ACPB 95)

HMAS Bendigo - Corvette by Members of her Ship's Company

HMAS Burnie

1954 HMAS Maryborough being shipped as 200 tons of scrap to Japan

Now a ship without a name, the waterfront calls her the ship that never sails. You can see her any day—the once proud corcerre, HMAS Maryborough—tied up at ...

1967 Patrol boats for the Royal Australian Navy being built at Walkers Shipyards | Walkers Pty Ltd - Maryborough | Pinterest | Royal australian navy and ...

HMAS Lithgow at Milne Bay, Papua during 1943

Corvette HMAS MARYBOROUGH in her name city - John Oxley Library,

HMAS Castlemaine (J 244)

HMAS Vendetta & HMAS Vampire two of the three Daring class destroyers built for the Royal Australian Navy. The other was HMAS Voyager.

HMAS Sydney off Vung Tau preparing to bring Australian troops home, November 1971

An aerial view of the second HMAS Australia – a heavy cruiser – passing through the Panama Canal in March 1935. Australia saw extensive combat in World War ...

HMAS Latrobe

1967 Patrol boats for the Royal Australian Navy being built at Walkers Shipyards

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Maryborough's launching lady, pictured, was Mrs Goldsmith, wife of the General Manager, Walkers Ltd.

Australian Navy's retired Bathurst class corvette HMAS Castlemaine recently received new paint job in Williamstown, Australia.

Diaries in any form were disallowed in HMA Ships during World War II but fortunately for history some were kept and many survived.

Souvenir pennant : HMAS Maryborough

... 1941: MARYBOROUGH at the fitting out wharf at Walkers Ltd, Qld. NHA Canada

Canberra, HMAS Canberra in June 2015

HMAS Hammersley'

HMNZS Inverell, a Bathurst class Corvette built by Mort's Dock & Engineering Co at Balmain, New South Wales & commissioned as HMAS Inverell on 17/09/42.

August 1973 HMAS VENDETTA returns to Sydney from her half-life rebuild - RAN.

HMAS VENDETTA II Oct. 1972. ERIC HOGBEN COLLECTION Kookaburra2011 / Foter / CC BY · Royal Australian Navy

Image result for Old San Pedro,California

HMAS Arunta was a Tribal-class destroyer of the Royal Australian Navy (RAN). The destroyer was laid down in 1939 and commissioned into the RAN in

HMAS Tobruk (L is a Landing Ship Heavy (LSH) of the Royal Australian Navy (RAN), based on the design of the Round Table class of the British Royal Fleet ...

HMAS Maryborough was one of sixty Australian Minesweepers (commonly known as corvettes) built during World War II in Australian shipyards as part o…

1945 HMAS Maryborough pictured at top at coming up the Gardens reach ande below the AUSN

The History of HMAS Maryborough 1940 - 1946

HMAS Whyalla (J 153)

HMAS Castlemaine at Gem Pier, Williamstown. Photo: Peter Williams

Maryborough

Anzac-class frigate HMAS Perth (post-ASMD configuration)

HMAS Maryborough crew, Kuwait - 1943

HMAS Burnie in Burnie, Tasmania - 1945

HMAS Australia (1911) - Australia at anchor in Queensland waters

HMAS Melbourne (R21) steams in San Diego Harbor, California (USA), in 1977.

28-inch (1/65 scale) Ton Class Minesweeper Replica Model

HMAS Australia (1911) - HMAS Australia on delivery in the UK in 1913

HMAS Rockhampton on the builders slipway at the Walkers yard, Maryborough, Queensland, c.1941.

HMAS Armidale - The Ship That Had to Die (1st Edition)

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Fairey Firefly aircraft on board HMAS Sydney off Korea, during the Korean War.

HMAS CASTLEMAINE (J244)

HMAS Bathurst (J158) - HMAS Bathurst the day before she was commissioned into service

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HMAS Burdekin (K376)

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