The End of a Voyage
The Inverlochy at Anglesea
This is the story of how the 'Inverlochy', a three masted iron barque, came to grief off the Anglesea coast in 1902. The web site is based on the the booklet 'The Inverlochy at Anglesea - The end of a voyage' written by Melva Stott.
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|The Inverlochy stuck on Ingoldsby Reef off the coast of Anglesea. Paintings by Geoff Soames, Anglesea
|'The Wreck of the Inverlochy'
||K.L. Cecil and R.V. Carr
|'Skindivers & Shipwrecks'
|The Geelong Advertiser
||Victoria's oldest daily newspaper founded in 1840, and still delivering all the news from Geelong and neighboring towns.
|Melva & Stan Stott -
||are both town criers; the proceeds from this booklet go into their town crier travel fund which enables them to travel to the World Town Crier Championships, representing Australia and their hometowns"
|Nicholas Soames -
||Graphic Design, Web Site Design, Photographer, Editor, Publisher
email - [email protected]
|Lindsay Braden -
||Researcher, Photographs - Anglesea & District Historical Society
|Geoff Soames -
||Paintings of the Inverlochy
|Matthew Stevenson -
||Photographer (identified photographs)
More information on the Inverlochy plus relics and paintings of the vessel can be discovered at Anglesea & District Historical Society.
5 McMillan Street
Anglesea, VIC 3230
Web Address- http://home.vicnet.net.au/%7Eangen/
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