View of the starboard side of the Hyderabad [i.e. Hydrabad] in an unknown port. Taken by an unidentified photographer between 1865 and 1878.
The ship Hyderabad [i.e. Hydrabad]. Dickie, John, 1869-1942 : Collection of postcards, prints and negatives. Ref: 1/2-075668-F. Alexander Turnbull Library, Wellington, New Zealand. http://beta.natlib.govt.nz/records/23188611
Year: 1865 – Name: HYDRABAD – Type: tall ship – Launch Date: 14.5.65 – Flag: GBR – Date of completion: 8.65 – GRT: 1339 – Yard No: 10 – Country of build: GBR – Builder: R.Duncan & Co – Material of build: I – Location of yard: Port Glasgow – Number of screws/Mchy/Speed(kn): sail
Disposal Data: Stranded on 24 June 1878, a mile and a half north of the Horowhenua River, between Foxton and Otaki.
The wreck of the ship “Hydrabad”, Waitarere Beach, on 23 January 1905. Taken by George Leslie Adkin.
The “Hydrabad” was built at Port Glasgow in 1865, and commanded by Captain Holmwood. She was owned by Messrs. Stephens and Son, London. She was driven ashore in 24 June 1878, a mile and a half north of the Horowhenua River, between Foxton and Otaki. (Information from “New Zealand Shipwrecks, 1795-1982″, page 186, by CWN Ingram.).
Wreck of the Hydrabad, Waiterere Beach, photographed by James Douglas Wilkinson, between circa 1958-1976.
Wreck of the ship ‘Hydrabad’ at Waitarere Beach. Photograph taken by an unidentified photographer; copy negative with inscriptions made by David Alexander De Maus.
Inscriptions: Inscribed – Photographer’s title on negative – bottom centre: “Hydrabad” Wrecked at Foxton, Hokio Beach. 1878.