The New Zealand Railway Observer : Issued Bi-monthly, ISSN 0028-8624
Issue 349 June-July 2018 – Volume 75 No.2
- The Gear Railway
- Logging and Sawmilling in the Waitewheta Area
- Welling Timetable Changes and Infrastructure Upgrades
- Research Notes #199
Just in case you wanted to know
- Easter Saturday at Ferrymead
- Wellington Kelburn Cableway Controversy
- From the collection of…
John Joyce, part two
- The Dx Locomotive Enters Service
- Down at the Station, letters, DVD’s
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Photograph by John Creber
28 Colour Photographs in this issue, plus front and back covers.
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