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  1. A gallery of approximately 500 photographs of ships which brought emigrants and convicts to Australia and New Zealand from the 1840s to the 1890s.
  2. Website of the Australian National Maritime Museum in Sydney. Most of the useful information for family history is under the Collections & Research tab. Try the Research Guides which cover topics such as child migration, convict ships, pictures of ships in the Australian trade and more.
  3. This website has hundreds of images of ships and other maritime themes taken from photographs, postcards, paintings etc. No information is given about the ships.
    Tags: by family_history (27 Feb 2012)
  4. Over 2,000 photographs and photographed artworks relating to Australian shipping 1870-1930.
    Tags: by family_history (20 Jun 2011)
  5. This website has lots of digitised material relating to the P&O cruise line including posters, photographs, ephemera and postcards. There are also fact sheets for 2,500 P&O ships.
  6. This site offers enhanced searching of a range of different online databases. There are also translating tools and resources on the holocaust.
  7. This site indexes passenger ships sailing to Australia and New Zealand up to 1914.
  8. This is a social networking site for ex British Merchant Navy seamen which includes a large database of ship images. Select Gallery and you can search by ship name for images of passenger ships, cargo ships, tankers, ferries, container ships and more.
  9. Information on ships together with photographs and details of voyages to the United States and Canada.
  10. This site describes some of the main sources of information on ships bound for Australia and New Zealand. It includes links to ships' pictures, passenger lists, crew lists and convict sites.

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