Wharf building, Wellington, New Zealand

Wellington - the "world's best little capital city" of a little country somewhere in the South Pacific.

Have always loved this building :)  The Mission To Seamen Building Wellington, New Zealand. photo by Gordon Haws.

The Mission To Seamen Building Wellington, New Zealand. by Gordon Haws

. . . from a time when half a lamb in Thorndon cost 4.49 (Robin Morrison's Tinakori Butchery), image via Webb's

from a time when half a lamb in Thorndon cost (Robin Morrison's Tinakori Butchery), image via Webb's

Cute pastel street in Berhampore, Wellington NZ // image links to Sir Ian McKellan's top ten list for Wellington

Cute pastel street in Berhampore, Wellington NZ // image links to Sir Ian McKellan's top ten list for Wellington

Cuba Street, 1968 by Wellington City Council, via Flickr

Looking south along Cuba Street at the Dixon Street intersection. Photographer: City Engineer's Department of the Wellington City Council (Wellington City Council archive reference:

Te Rauparaha sketch | NZHistory, New Zealand history online

This sketch of Te Rauparaha in 1847 is by William Bambridge. Te Rauparaha is wearing a naval uniform which he was given after his arrest and detention in Auckland in

Charles Decimus Barraud 1822-1897: Interior of Otaki Church, ca 1851/Working Men's Education Union WM 13.[1850s or early 1860s] View inside Rangiatea Church Otaki, with Maori seated and standing, listening to a sermon by Octavius Hadfield.

Charles Decimus Barraud Interior of Otaki Church, ca Men's Education Union WM or early View inside Rangiatea Church Otaki, with Maori seated and standing, listening to a sermon by Octavius Hadfield.

Pigeon Park

Pigeon Park

Manners Street, Wellington, [ca 1930] |Photographer Sydney Charles Smith. via Flickr

Manners Street, Wellington, [ca Reference Number: Photographer: Sydney Charles Smith Original negative Find out more about this image from the Alexander Turnbull Library.

Manners Street, Wellington, ca 1928 by National Library NZ on The Commons, via Flickr

Manners Street, Wellington, ca 1928 Reference Number: Photographer: Sydney Charles Smith Glass negative Find out more about this image from the Alexander Turnbull Library.

Janetta Maria Cookson 1812-1867: Native church to hold 700 on floor, interior of Rangiatea church, Otaki, looking from near the entrance towards the chancel windows. A Maori woman and a child, both dressed in blankets, are standing just inside the door.

Janetta Maria Cookson 1812-1867: Native church to hold 700 on floor, interior of Rangiatea church, Otaki, looking from near the entrance towards the chancel windows. A Maori woman and a child, both dressed in blankets, are standing just inside the door.

Charles Heaphy, 'Part of Lambton Harbour'

Charles Heaphy, 'Part of Lambton Harbour' – Visitors’ opinions about New Zealand

Kelburn Viaduct, Glenmore Street and Northland Road areas, Wellington, [ca late 1920s] by National Library NZ on The Commons, via Flickr

Kelburn Viaduct, Glenmore Street and Northland Road areas, Wellington, [ca late

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