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Trains

 Subject
Subject Source: Local sources

Found in 12 Collections and/or Records:

D140 on the wharf at Bluff, 19 March 1909

 Item — Box 1: Series S2619; Series S1805; Series S0874; Series S0875; Series S0504; Series S0602; Series S1053; Series S1172; Series S1172; Series S1167; Series S1166; Series S0949; Series S0950; Series S0975; Series S1343; Series S1400; Series S1402; Series S1401; Series S1403; Series S1797; Series S1883 [Barcode: Small Collections Box 1]
Identifier: S08750001

D140 on the wharf at Bluff

 Digital Image
Identifier: D08750001
Dates: 19 March 1909

New Zealand Railways, Southland Section, c.1900

 Item — Box 2: Series S0079; Series S0094
Identifier: S00940032
Scope and Contents Image is taken standing on a railway car looking south along the railway lines with the Invercargill Station to the left. An engine J118 and several workers can be seen.
Dates: c.1900

New Zealand Railways, Southland Section

 Digital Image
Identifier: D00940032

One of the first Railway Engines, used later in old flour mill, Esk Street and later in D. McKenzies Sawmill at Lady Barkley, view taken in Tay Street, c.1870

 Component — Box ICC-0998: Series S2752
Identifier: S27520001_066
Scope and Contents From the Item: Album containing 114 photographs of early Invercargill and surrounds.
Dates: c.1870

Panorama of Railway Station and Yards, Invercargill [Photo A], c.1910

 Item — Box 1: Series S2755; Series S2764
Identifier: S27550003
Scope and Contents Taken from the roof of the Government Buildings with the corner of The Crescent and Liddel Street in the foreground, featuring the Invercargill Railway Station and estuary. This is image A and it forms a panorama view with image B (S27550004).
Dates: c.1910