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Name/Title/Object Brief Description Accession No Photographic Reference number Other Reference Numbers
 Bishops School, Nile St East Bishops School, Nile St East
Town view
314731
"Against The Tide." Nelson N.Z. "Against The Tide." Nelson N.Z.
View looking out to Nelson Harbour and the Boulder Bank. Two horse-drawn vehicles are on Wakefield Quay in the foreground. A steamship is in the middle distance.
182198
182198
"And they lived happily ever after" : W H Turner’s family, 1867-1871 / Nola M. Leov and Margaret J. Turner.
NPM2010.86.2
929.2 TUR
"Bishopdale" Nelson. N.Z. "Bishopdale" Nelson. N.Z.
View of Bishopdale house and grounds, surrounded by trees.
182199
182199
"Luggage for Nelson" "Luggage for Nelson"
View of a Newman Bros Cobb & Co coach drawn by a four horse team on a country road. A woman hands something to a mean seated on the coach.
182314
182314
"Six to One You Don't Back Him" "Six to One You Don't Back Him"
View of six men appearing to push or pull a horse with a cart load of wood in front of a shed in a rural area.
182322
182322
"The Cup of Tea" at Half Way House, Wangamoa. "The Cup of Tea" at Half Way House, Wangamoa.
View of two women and three small children outside a large two storey building in a rural area. A drinking a cup of tea is seated on a Newman Bros Cobb & Co horse drawn coach nearby.
182317
182317
"The Flume" Red Hill G M Co Collingwood. Nelson. N.Z. "The Flume" Red Hill G M Co Collingwood. Nelson. N.Z.
View of a large flume spanning a river in the bush.
182196
182196
100 years : the Nelson Club (Inc.) 1874-1974
367 GRA
150 years of rail in New Zealand / written and compiled by Matt Turner
Includes bibliographical references and index."Record of how New Zealanders have interacted with trains and railways since first European settlement to more recent times. ... and primarily showcasing an array of machines in their full glory, it also portrays epic feats of construction, the identities and personalities who influenced our rail story, tragedies that gripped a nation, how rail was instrumental in shaping our fledgling and largely agricultural economy, and restoration and renaissance into the modern day."--Publisher information.
385 TUR
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