This mural depicts the wreck of The England's Glory.
The full-rigged iron ship England's Glory was a vessel of 757 tons, built by Pile of Sunderland, in 1869, for Mr. E. H. Moon, of London.
She was chartered by the New Zealand Shipping Company and completed two voyages to New Zealand. On her third, in 1881, after a very anxious voyage she became a total wreck at the Bluff. The officers and crew landed safety.
At the time of uploading this image I have been unable to source the artists name of this mural.
February 8th, 2019
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