Slipway viewed from harbour
Photographer: William Martinson - 2013 07 06




View from north approach with remnants of later timber jetty
Photographer: William Martinson - 2013 07 06




Detail of incised arrow in edge block which is a symbol for military property
Photographer: William Martinson - 2013 07 06




Detail of hammer dressed stone wall and dressed stone stairway
Photographer: William Martinson - 2013 07 06




View down the slipway
Photographer: William Martinson




View down the slipway at waters edge
Photographer: William Martinson




Detail of battered east slipway wall with steps
Photographer: William Martinson




Detail of toothed centre rail
Photographer: William Martinson




Detail of toothed centre rail
Photographer: William Martinson




Detail of side rail
Photographer: William Martinson




General view from East Bank showing slipway entrance on West Bank
Photographer: William Martinson - 2014




Slipway entrance on West Bank
Photographer: William Martinson - 2014




View of entrance to slipway photographed from a boat on the Buffalo River
Photographer: William Martinson - 2020




Distant view of Victoria Slipway from east bank of Buffalo River

Submitted by William MARTINSON

Photographer: Unknown - c1910




Scanned extract from town plan showing siting and context of the Victoria Slipway, on the Buffalo River, as depicted on the General Plan of East London, 1922 - compiled by Percy MOORSHEAD, Government Surveyor, 17 Brittania Arcade, East London.
Submitted by William MARTINSON

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