Dunedin, Port Chalmers and the Otago Peninsula

The pictorial delights and Victorian architecture of the 'Edinburgh of the South'.
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Dunedin in dry dock, Port Chalmers

Dunedin in dry dock, Port Chalmers

Port Chalmers, Dunedin in the 1950s – a traditional port scene with ships lying alongside narrow finger wharves. The most prominent vessel is the Port Auckland, constucted in 1949.

Port Chalmers, Dunedin in the 1950s – a traditional port scene with ships lying alongside narrow finger wharves. The most prominent vessel is the Port Auckland, constucted in 1949.

Albatross, Otago Peninsula

Albatross, Otago Peninsula

New Zealand’s finest station, in Dunedin, celebrates the glory of rail in stained-glass windows.

New Zealand’s finest station, in Dunedin, celebrates the glory of rail in stained-glass windows.

Decorative floor tiles are just one of the many striking design features of the George Troup-designed Dunedin station.

Decorative floor tiles are just one of the many striking design features of the George Troup-designed Dunedin station.

This building was originally built as the Port Chalmers Borough Council municipal offices in 1888.

This building was originally built as the Port Chalmers Borough Council municipal offices in 1888.

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