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Whekenui Leading Lights
One of the sites recently added to the Marlborough District Council’s Heritage Register is the Tory Channel Leading Lights, plus a former oil store, at Whekenui (part of Okukari...Read more about "Whekenui Leading Lights"...
Nelson’s Early Churches
The first settlers to Nelson brought with them a variety of religious beliefs and backgrounds. The system of hierarchy and emphasis on religion in immigrants' homelands were important, and...Read more about "Nelson’s Early Churches"...
Train No. 1 left Belgrove at 7:20 am, arriving in Nelson just in time for school. Originally intended as transport for people with produce to sell in town,...Read more about "School Bugs"...
Lands and Survey Department in Blenheim
I joined the Public Service in 1953, becoming a clerk in the Lands & Survey Department. The offices were on the upper floor of the old Post Office...Read more about "Lands and Survey Department in Blenheim"...
Capt William Tinney
Capt William Tinney (1860 - 1930) Nelson seaman and Patea Harbour Master Captain William Tinney, was born in London, in May, 1860 , son of Fredrick Tinney. While working...Read more about "Capt William Tinney"...
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