C1923

Byron Bay. Proposed New Jetty.

Mapmaker:

Alfred James Kent

Very rare detailed plan of Byron Bay and the proposed made of the proposed new jetty to be built in deeper water so that ships with bigger draughts could trade at the port. It was to be 1.830 feet and … Read Full Description

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S/N: NSW-1923-KENT–232898
(C026)
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Full Title:

Byron Bay. Proposed New Jetty.

Date:

C1923

Mapmaker:

Alfred James Kent

Condition:

In good condition.

Technique:

Lithograph printed in colour.

Image Size: 

284mm 
x 273mm

Paper Size: 

320mm 
x 330mm
AUTHENTICITY
Byron Bay. Proposed New Jetty. - Vintage Map from 1923

Guaranteed Vintage Item
dated:

1923

Description:

Very rare detailed plan of Byron Bay and the proposed made of the proposed new jetty to be built in deeper water so that ships with bigger draughts could trade at the port. It was to be 1.830 feet and width of 30 feet and increasing to 50 feet for 450 feet.

The first jetty had been built in 1886, and the railway was connected in 1894, and Cavvanbah became Byron Bay in 1894. The new extended jetty was completed in 1928.

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