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Name/title Maker Production date Description
Number 3 Section Duntroon Rifles Number 3 Section Duntroon Rifles
1901
No 3 Section Duntroon Rifles
Hampden Church, North Otago Hampden Church, North Otago
1902
Hampden Church, North Otago
"Kuriheka" shearing gang and station staff "Kuriheka" shearing gang and station staff
Dec 1912
"Kuriheka" shearing gang and station staff. Property of Joseph Cowie Nichols
Ribbonwood Station, Omarama Ribbonwood Station, Omarama
Post 1934
Ribbonwood Station, Omarama Stan Hill (seated). 1934 Ford truck
Salvation Army Band Salvation Army Band
Circa 1928
Salvation Army band? Hampden circa 1928.
Truck Load of Wool for Ribbonwood station,Omarama circa 1929 Truck Load of Wool for Ribbonwood station,Omarama circa 1929
Circa 1929
Load of Wool for Ribbonwood station,
Stan Hill driver
Ireland and Co truck circa 1940 (1929). Chevrolet? Ireland and Co truck circa 1940 (1929). Chevrolet?
Circa 1940
Ireland and Co truck circa 1940 (1929). Chevrolet? Ribbonwood Station, Omarama.
Kurow Rail staff Kurow Rail staff
Circa 1900
NZR staff, Kurow, c 1900. Back row (Left to right): D Cairns, L Barclay, R Soulsby (driver), A McKie (fireman). Front: Hoddinott, Hesketh, Carrol, Fredrick Robert Bartrum holding baby Florence Bartrum. This combined railway station and post office was destroyed by fire on 3 December 1928. An intruder set fire to the building to destroy evidence that he had burgled the post office.
Duntroon and Railway Yards, c. late 1920s Duntroon and Railway Yards, c. late 1920s
Late 1920s
Duntroon and Railway Yards, c. late 1920s. The combined railway station and post office is shown at the right of the photograph. This portion of line as far as Hakataramea was constructed by the Duntroon and Hakataramea Railway Co Ltd, and was opened for traffic on 2 July 1881. The New Zealand Railways worked the line for the company, taking over full control from 1 April, 1885.
Waitaki Hydro Scheme School Train Waitaki Hydro Scheme School Train
1932
D class Engine
Railway in North Otago Railway in North Otago
1926
Clayton steam railcar. This unusual-looking machine is the Clayton steam railcar which began a regular passenger service between Oamaru and Kurow on Wednesday 4 August 1926. The photograph was taken at Kurow during the trial run on Sunday 1 August, 1926. The railcar left Oamaru at 10.30am, and after an uneventful run reached Kurow at 12.15pm. The official party on this trial included a number of high-ranking railway officers and government officials including Sir Joseph Ward. The railcar was withdrawn from service on Saturday 10 November 1928 and was replaced by an ordinary steam service. An impending overhaul and increasing passenger traffic created by the hydro construction made the changeover necessary.
Russell, J D. Archdeacon Russell, J D. Archdeacon
Meek, George (b.1881, d.1953)
Maude, Cyril Fairfax (b.1914, d.1987)
Circa 1949?
Archdeacon J D Russell. Drawing by C F Maude; poem by George Meek. (North Otago Early Settlers' Association, 1993)
Kurow about 1931 Kurow about 1931
Circa 1931
Kurow about 1931. Bequest
Kurow Maternity Hospital Kurow Maternity Hospital
Circa 1936
Kurow Maternity Hospital
Palmerston School Picnic, Moeraki 1911 Palmerston School Picnic, Moeraki 1911
1911
Palmerston School Picnic, Moeraki 1911. (Man-made baths.)
(Postcard)
Clay Cliffs Omarama Clay Cliffs Omarama
1906
Clay Cliffs Omarama
Colourview 1906
Postcard
Colour original
Frederick Walter Lowen, born Palmerston 9/6/1896 Frederick Walter Lowen, born Palmerston 9/6/1896
1896-1983
Frederick Walter Lowen, born Palmerston 9/6/1896 Died Oamaru 29/5/1983.
Fred Lowen, Dave Lowen, Alex Lowen. Front: Jack Lowen at Palmerston circa 1930. Fred Lowen, Dave Lowen, Alex Lowen. Front: Jack Lowen at Palmerston circa 1930.
Circa 1930
Fred Lowen, Dave Lowen, Alex Lowen. Front: Jack Lowen at Palmerston circa 1930.
Dave Lowen at Palmerston. Born Hillgrove 27/4/1885 died 16/9/1952 Dave Lowen at Palmerston. Born Hillgrove 27/4/1885 died 16/9/1952
1885-1952
Dave Lowen at Palmerston. Born Hillgrove 27/4/1885 died 16/9/1952
married Alice Minches?
Thomas Muir, Waihemo County Council Thomas Muir, Waihemo County Council
Circa 1905
Thomas Muir, Waihemo County Council. (See: Cyclopaedia of New Zealand: Otago and Southland [1905], pg 442)
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