Port Lincoln


Port Lincoln

Port Lincoln was one of the loading points for australian grain, distributed along the Spencer Gulf, at the end of the Eyre Peninsula in South Australia.

North Road

The SS Rupara at the Port Lincoln jetty in 1909
It is one of the largest natural harbor of the world with 13.000 inhabitants. The main activities include agriculture, tuna fishing and tourism.

The park of Memorial Cowe

Port Lincoln

Port Lincoln hosts the Axel Stenross maritime museum, a finnish seaman from the Olivebank who settled there.

The Pamir put there in 1932, 1934/35 and 1937.

Port Lincoln

The Boston Bay

The city and the Boston Bay

The city and the Boston Bay

Axel Stenross Museum

The city

The city and the Boston Bay

The tuna fishing ships

The seamen

Lincoln Cove

The rose garden

The jetty

The Eyre Peninsula


Taken from l'Avenir, 01/1934

Taken from plane, 01/1934




1934 © State Library of Victoria (2)


(1) Port Lincoln

(2) State Library of Victoria N° H99.220/4466

The Spencer Gulf

The voyages of the Pamir

The harbors of the Pamir

The Pamir