This book examines an important part of New Zealand's architectural and social history. The railway station was a key local institution as well as a prominent building. The magnificent station at Dunedin has already attracted the wide attention it merits, but there were 1200 stations of various kinds in the balmy days of the passenger train. What about the others?
177 pages with approx. 150 period photos and building plans.
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