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Name/title Maker Production date Description
First Railway Station Oamaru Railway in North Otago First Railway Station Oamaru Railway in North Otago
Circa 1896
First Railway Station (1874) and gangers at foot of Wansbeck Street, c.1896. The station maintained a liquor licence from an early date which was duly transferred to the new building in humber street in 1901.
School Picnic, Kakanui School Picnic, Kakanui
Circa 1900
School Picnic, Kakanui, c.1900. Possibly Clark's traction engine towing carriages. Church. View facing west.
Old Oamaru Post Office, Thames Street Old Oamaru Post Office, Thames Street
Circa 1899
1884
1903
"Post Office Oamaru NZ". Second Oamaru Post Office, c.1899. Opened 17 October 1884. Architects: Forrester and Lemon. Tower added 1902-03. Hansom cabs. Produce merchant, coal and firewood at rear of building. G Martin printed bottom left corner
Hansom cabs at the Oamaru Post Office, Thames Street Hansom cabs at the Oamaru Post Office, Thames Street
1902-1903
Second Oamaru Post Office. Corner Thames and Meek Street. Opened for business 17 October 1884. Tower added 1902-03. Clock started 17 September, 1903. Hansom cabs. Photographer - Beatty's Portrait Studio and Postcard Parlor. Billiards.
View from ship. Unidentified View from ship. Unidentified
View from ship's deck over water to mountains. Two men on deck
View from ship. Unidentified View from ship. Unidentified
View from ship's deck over water to mountains. One man on deck
Ship with signal flags Ship with signal flags
Unidentified steam ship. Possibly not Oamaru Harbour.
Fishing boats Fishing boats
1872
Photo of a painting or drawing. Many fishing boats on the water. Three men in boat in foreground pulling in a fishing net. Name J. Chalmers bottom left corner, and date 1872.
Jim Brown and friends boating on the Kakanui River Jim Brown and friends boating on the Kakanui River
Circa 1910
Jim Brown, centre, with oar. Two unidentified men
Friendly Bay, Oamaru Friendly Bay, Oamaru
Circa 1910
Holmes Wharf. People in water. Crowd of onlookers
Games on ship's deck. Games on ship's deck.
Deck of unidentified ship. One man on suspended pole, one man on padding underneath, having been knocked off. Man in uniform, men in civilian clothes watching. See also 1831
Steamship unidentified Steamship unidentified
Unidentified steam ship with two stacks at Normanby Wharf. Ship has "No. 101" painted on side
Wansbeck Street Oamaru about 1876 Wansbeck Street Oamaru about 1876
Circa 1876
"Wansbeck Street Oamaru about 1876". First Railway Station. Northern Hotel. Glasgow Pie House. Horse and cart, men in street. Breakwater. Tees Street (north).
Lower Thames Street, looking north Lower Thames Street, looking north
Circa 1884
View from the railway crossing of people, horses and carts on Thames Street. A man with a penny farthing bicycle and a boy in standing the foreground. At right, from the front are the Bank of New South Wales, opened September 18 1884, the National Bank of New Zealand (former Bank of Otago) and the Empire Hotel. The next two storey building along is the Swan Hotel.
Oamaru Opera House Oamaru Opera House
Circa 1912
Thames Street facing south west, c.1912. Town Hall and Opera House. County Council Chambers. Horses and carts.
Wreck of the Ariadne Wreck of the Ariadne
24 Mar 1901
The Ariadne, wrecked a few miles south of the mouth of the Waitaki River 24 March 1901. Built in 1874 (230 tons reg), the Ariadne had a crew of twelve who escaped safely.
On 31 October 1901, Captain George Mumford, T C Kerry (owner) and E J H Freke were charged in Christchurch Magistrates Court with casting the ship away and conspiring to defraud the insurance underwriter, Lloyds. (See McDonald, 1940 172-174.)
Oamaru Harbour Oamaru Harbour
1895
"The Harbour Oamaru JMB". Barque Westfield in 1895 near Normanby Wharf.
Oamaru Harbour Oamaru Harbour
S S Elderslie (?) at Sumpter Wharf.
"Dunedin" at Sumpter's Wharf, Oamaru Harbour "Dunedin" at Sumpter's Wharf, Oamaru Harbour
1884
"Oamaru Harbour". View facing north east, 1884. Ship "Dunedin" at Sumpter Wharf at left. Two ships at Normanby Wharf, Cross Wharf. Ship at MacAndrew Wharf and breakwater. North Mole and the dredge "Progress" centre background.
Unidentified steam ship and sailing ship at Sumpter and Normanby Wharves Unidentified steam ship and sailing ship at Sumpter and Normanby Wharves
Unidentified steam ship and sailing ship at Sumpter and Normanby Wharves. Ship Silverstream, from Belfast at left of Sumpter Wharf. Possibly the "Dunedin"moored near breakwater.
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