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GF gun mounted on a railway wagon
Date: [ca1910] From: Scoble, Juliet Rosalie, 1955- :Chiefly photographs of New Zealand railway locomotives, rolling stock and stations Ref: PA1-q-855-56-2 Description: 12 pounder GF gun mounted on a railway wagon for the Westport Artillery Volunteers. Photographed by an unknown photographer in about 1910. Inscriptions: Al...
Muir and Moodie (Firm) :R. C. Church, Westport, N.Z. 4892 P. Muir & Moodie. "New-West-Coast" series. New Zealand post-card, issued by Muir & Moodie Dunedin, N.Z. from their copyright series of views. Printed in Saxony [ca 1910]
Date: 1910 From: [Postcards of the Wesport and Buller area, collected by William Robert Jones. 1900-1970s] By: Muir & Moodie (Firm) Ref: Eph-A-POSTCARDS-Jones-04 Description: Photograph on postcard shows a brown wooden church building with white painted uprights and window surrounds and a green roof. It is surrounded by a white p...
View of [probably Westport] Railway Station and rail yards with residential housing and an unknown river beyond, West Coast Region
Date: [circa 1910s-1930s] From: Williams, Edgar Richard, 1891-1983: Negatives, lantern slides, stereographs, colour transparencies, monochrome prints, photographic ephemera Ref: 1/4-055948-G Description: Photograph taken by William Williams. Source of descriptive information - Negative registers. Photographer identified by Curatorial Services Leader John Sul...
View of Henley Street Westport
Date: [ca 1910] From: Creator unknown :Photographs of West Coast Schools Ref: 1/4-002867-G Description: View of Henley Street, Westport, showing the Technical school (corner of Henley and Russell streets) and a house and the Army Drill Hall in Henley street. P...
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