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  • Teviot Woolshed New Zealand, Two Lonely Gravees Otago New Zealand

    …to main content Home »New Zealand Travel »Scenic Highlights »History & Culture »Teviot Woolshed A Whopping Great Woolshed and Two Lonely Graves The Teviot Woolshed (c. 1870) was believed to have been built out of an old railway station, dismantled and sent out from England.…

  • Palmerston North History New Zealand

    …Regions »Manawatu »Palmerston North History Palmerston North History Palmerston North | Regional Information | Activity Highlights | Scenic Highlights | History Palmerston North is the largest centre of Manawatu region and has an interesting history. Explore the natural and cultural…

  • SCENIC HOTEL MARLBOROUGH - Blenheim

    SCENIC HOTEL MARLBOROUGH - Blenheim

    Centrally located in Blenheim, in the heart of Marlborough's wine growing region, Scenic Hotel Marlborough is just five minutes walk from the city centre and one kilometre from the Blenheim Railway Station. 54 guest rooms including standard rooms, family rooms and one-bedroom suite. Extensive guest…
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  • Palmerston North Scenic Highlights New Zealand

    …Information »New Zealand Regions »Manawatu »Palmerston North Scenic Highlights Palmerston North Scenic Highlights Palmerston North | Regional Information | Activity Highlights | Scenic Highlights | History Known as the "Rose City" and nestled in the Manawatu…

  • Dunedin Railway Station New Zealand

    …Home »New Zealand Travel »Scenic Highlights »History & Culture »Dunedin Railway Station Dunedin Railway Station - the "Gingerbread House" Dunedin Railway Station Photographer: Hiroshi Nameda (hnamechan@hotmail.com) The Dunedin Railway Station was opened in 1906 in…

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