Object: Rail bridge, South of Picton
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|Title||Rail bridge, South of Picton|
Muir & Moodie studio (photography studio), circa 1900, Dunedin
|Medium summary||black and white photography, albumen silver print|
|Materials||silver bromide, albumen, printing-out paper|
|Classification||black-and-white prints, vintage prints, albumen prints, landscapes|
|Technique||photography, black-and-white photography, printing-out|
Secondary Support: 230mm (Height) x 310mm (Width)
|Format||whole plate (1/1)|
Depicts a steam train travelling over a wooden bridge in front of a large hill.G Class locomotives on each end of the train.
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- FROM PICTON TO BLUFF BY RAIL, (Evening Post, 10 October 1902) - National Library of New Zealand
- BY RAIL TO MARTON. (Wanganui Chronicle, 19 February 1878) - National Library of New Zealand
- PORT OF PICTON. (Evening Post, 18 May 1911) - National Library of New Zealand
- PICTON COURT. (Marlborough Express, 25 October 1910) - National Library of New Zealand
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