Climax locomotive hauling logs over the Mangatukutuku Viaduct, near Ongarue
A Climax locomotive, with a load of logs, crossing Mangatukutuku viaduct. Taken by Albert Percy Godber.
This stretch of railway was privately owned by Ellis & Burnand, sawmillers and timber merchants. This firm owned at least 80 miles of railway at Manunui, Ongarue and Mangapeehi. (Information from 'The Timber industry in the North Island of New Zealand. Ellis & Burnand Limited, 1886 to 1929' Alexander Turnbull Library q 634.982 Tim)
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