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Tranzalpine New Zealand: Crossing the south Island by Rail and Road. One of the World's most scenic Train Journey? Drive or Train across the Southern Alps in New Zealand South Island and visit, Arthurs Pass, Castle Hill, Porters Pass, on the road from Chr New Zealand Itinerary, New Zealand Travel Guide, Vanuatu, Resorts, Glacier Express, Scenic Train Rides, Backpacking Europe, Visit New Zealand, New Zealand South Island

World's Most Scenic Railway Journey?

Crossing New Zealand's South Island by Railway or Highway. Tranzalpine is an epic journey through stunning landscapes by train or car.

Oldest Wellington house, Middleton Rd Johnsonville. This house abandoned in 2008 is perhaps the oldest surviving house in Wellington NZ. It was built in 1850 when the New Zealand (non Maori)population of New Zealand was 10000 [OC] Old Buildings, Abandoned Buildings, Abandoned Places, Cottage Garden Plants, Cottage Gardens, Backyard Cottage, Garden Pots, Garden Ideas, Wellington New Zealand

This house abandoned in 2008 is perhaps the oldest surviving house in Wellington, NZ. It was built in ~1850, when the New Zealand (non Maori)population of New Zealand was ~10000 [OC] [3600x2400]

This house abandoned in 2008 is perhaps the oldest surviving house in Wellington NZ. It was built in 1850 when the New Zealand (non Maori)population of New Zealand was 10000 [OC] [3600x2400]

Ballantyne's department store, Cashel Street, Christchurch : the main entrance is pictured. Nz History, Christchurch New Zealand, City Library, Main Entrance, Department Store, Old Photos, Vintage Shops, Maine, Black And White

Ballantyne's department store, Cashel Street, Christchurch : the main entrance is pictured.: [1901]

Photograph - Ballantyne's department store, Cashel Street, Christchurch : the main entrance is pictured. [1901] , Christchurch City Libraries Heritage Photograph Collection

Abandoned Wool Shed, Argyll East, Hawkes Bay, New Zealand Bay News, Sheep Farm, Shed Homes, Shearing, Abandoned Places, Sheds, Kiwi, Farming, New Zealand

Abandoned Wool Shed, Argyll East, Hawkes Bay, New Zealand

Sheep holding pens adjacent to the shearing area. As each sheep was shorn, it would be discharged to an outside pen through a hole in the wall on the left, and then pick up another sheep from the pen. . Shearers worked (work) hard, with their pay being dependent on the number of sheep shorn. In early years (until the last 20-30 years) shearers would be employed as "gangs" and accommodation would be provided on the farm. Most sherares would now stay in local towns and travel to the farm each…

Post with 0 votes and 81 views. Ballantynes department store Fire in central Christchurch, New Zealand, 41 people die × 18 November 1947 Evacuation Plan, Christchurch New Zealand, Fire Doors, November, Front Rooms, Our World, Cathedral, Restoration, People

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 Ballantyne and Company's furniture factory, Tuam Street, Christchurch , Christchurch City Libraries Heritage Photograph Collection Reactor, Christchurch New Zealand, City Library, Furniture Factory, Furniture Companies, Missouri, Louvre, History, Street

Messrs. J. Ballantyne and Company's furniture factory, Tuam Street, Christchurch, NZ

Take a look at the map, this place is legit called Paradise. “Don’t adventures ever have an end? I suppose not. New Zealand! All Things New, Someone Elses, New Zealand, Paradise, Landscapes, Scenery, To Go, Take That, Birds

Anthony Valeriano on Instagram: “Take a look at the map, this place is legit called Paradise.. 🏔✨ . . “Don’t adventures ever have an end? I suppose not. Someone else always…”

308 Likes, 1 Comments - Anthony Valeriano (@anthony_valeriano) on Instagram: “Take a look at the map, this place is legit called Paradise.. 🏔✨ . . “Don’t adventures ever have an…”