A Visit to the Museum in Port Adelaide


The Maritime Museum is holding a photographic exhibition “Hidden Port : Brought to Light’ of the old empty buildings in Pt Adelaide, the large black and white prints taken on digital and film are certainly worth the time to drive down and visit. While I was there I took a few images within the museum which is in an 1850’s bond store built of stone, massive wood structures and jarrah flooring.

For more information on the exhibition please and to see the images please visit http://www.hiddenport.net/

ketch sail

The ketch Active II with exhibition image projected onto sail

bond-store-exhibit

Part of the old bond store exhibit

dolphin-exhibit

The Pt Adelaide dolphins are a well know and loved sight and this is an exhibit explaining about how they live

figurehead

The museum has a large collection of figureheads

hand-of-figurehead

A partly restored figurehead

grave-marker

A grave marker from the Quarantine Station on Torrens Island built in the 1800’s and was in use until 1966

stencils

Stencils mark many of the timbers

basement

Finally the basement these beams go all around the inside walls with some very old graffiti

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