The Very Reverend James Baird, vice-president of the National Council of Churches, dedicating the memorial for victims of the Tangiwai disaster, Karori Cemetery, Wellington, 1957. Photographer unidentified.
Published 29 March 1957
The Tangiwai railway disaster occurred on Christmas eve, 1953, during the first visit to New Zealand of Queen Elizabeth II and the Duke of Edinburgh.
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