|LC Classifications||VM383.W36 P56 2009|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||188 p. :|
|Number of Pages||188|
|ISBN 10||9781877058806, 9781877418099|
|LC Control Number||2009396554|
Wanganella and the Australian Trans-Tasman Liners by Peter Plowman T HIS BOOK tells the story of the trans-Tasman shipping service from the days of the earliest steam ship. Book Information Plowman, Peter Plowman, Peter. Wanganella and the Australian Trans-Tasman liners Wanganella and the Australian Trans-Tasman liners. Wellington, NZ: Rosenberg Publishing, in association with transpress NZ, Get this from a library! Wanganella and the Australian trans-Tasman liners. [Peter Plowman] -- "The story of the Wanganella, the Australian liner which operated for nearly 30 years between Australia and New Zealand"--Provided by publisher. Booktopia has Wanganella and the Australian Trans Tasman Liner by Peter Plowman. Buy a discounted Paperback of Wanganella and the Australian Trans Tasman Liner online from Australia's leading online : Peter Plowman.
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Home / Books / Non-Fiction / Business & Finance / Organisation & Operations / Wanganella and the Australian Trans Tasman Liner Locations where this product is available This item is not currently in stock in Dymocks stores - contact your local store to order. Fishpond New Zealand, Wanganella and the Australian Trans-Tasman Liners by Peter PlowmanBuy. Books online: Wanganella and the Australian Trans-Tasman Liners, , d: Transpress. Renamed Wanganella, the ship operated as a top-rated trans-Tasman passenger liner, with accommodation for First Class and Second Class passengers. She primarily sailed between the cities of Auckland and Wellington in New Zealand, and Sydney and Melbourne in Australia, making the Tasman Sea crossing in three and a half ty: First Class, Second Class. Wanganella and the Australian Trans-Tasman Liners by Peter Plowman THIS BOOK tells the story of the trans-Tasman shipping service from the days of the earliest steam ship service to the liner Wanganella ’s last voyage to New Zealand in