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Wellington transport memories

Geoffrey B. Churchman

Wellington transport memories

by Geoffrey B. Churchman

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Published by transpress NZ in Wellington [N.Z.] .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Includes bibliographical references (p. 64)

StatementGeoffrey B. Churchman
Classifications
LC ClassificationsHE311.N45 W439 2009
The Physical Object
Pagination64 p. :
Number of Pages64
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL24472480M
ISBN 109781877418082, 9781877418080
LC Control Number2010398203

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Wellington Transport Memories With a fascinating collection of superb photos (most previously unpublished) of the trains, trams, buses, trucks, ships and aircraft of yesteryear in action, the author takes the reader on an historic journey around the greater Wellington area from the s to the s.

Wellington transport memories. [Geoffrey B Churchman] -- "This book takes the reader on an historic journey around the Wellington region using the trams, trains, cars, buses, ships and aircraft of the past.

ISBN: OCLC Number: Notes: Reset with additional information and illustrations from the first edition / compiled by J.W.F. Lawes. These photos were considered for but not used in the transpress book Wellington Transport Memories. A Ford truck on the road to Days Bay in Saturday night traffic on Manners Street on 20 April A VW Beetle Wellington transport memories book left and a VW Transporter on the right are the most recent vehicles visible.

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