The Nordlyset (built 1891; bark, 3m) photograph, 1891-1914, (SAFR 24431, P15-001) is comprised of one photograph of the Clyde-built
Nordlyset (built 1891; bark, 3m) was a steel bark built at Greenock, Scotland, by Russell & Company for Bruusgaard, Kiosterud
& Company of Drammen, Norway. The bark was surveyed in San Francisco, California, in January 1897 and visited other Pacific
ports, including Newcastle, Australia; Valparaiso, Chile; and Seattle, Washington. Nordlyset wrecked on November 10, 1914,
on Mutton Island Rock, Galway Bay, Ireland, on a voyage from Canada to Great Britain with a load of timber.