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He pārongo atu anōMen rescuing hay bales, Rangiotu

This photograph shows a truck loaded with hay bales to keep them out of the floodwaters. One of the men is Norm Terry. The truck was owned by a local carrier firm by the name of J.W. Cooksley. The 1953 Rangiotu Flood was one of the largest floods for the Oroua River on record.

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2014P_IMCA-DigitalMaster_009481
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Men rescuing hay bales, Rangiotu
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Digital Photograph Collection, with no hardcopy held
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IMCA Digital Archive

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Men rescuing hay bales, Rangiotu
Men rescuing hay bales, Rangiotu
Men rescuing hay bales, Rangiotu
Car on Flooded Road, Rangiotu Flood
Bourke's Drain in flood, Rangiotu
Bourke's Drain during flood, Rangiotu
Trapped Debris, Rangiotu Flood
Farm in Flood, Rangiotu Flood
Bourke's Drain, Rangiotu Flood
Rose's Store, Rangiotu Flood
Sheep Partially Stranded, Rangiotu Flood
Staples Motor Workshop and House after Flood, Rangiotu

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Te kaihanga
Te wāhi
Rangiotu, Manawatu
Te rā
February 1953

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Men rescuing hay bales, Rangiotu
Men rescuing hay bales, Rangiotu
Men rescuing hay bales, Rangiotu
Car on Flooded Road, Rangiotu Flood
Bourke's Drain in flood, Rangiotu
Bourke's Drain during flood, Rangiotu
Trapped Debris, Rangiotu Flood
Farm in Flood, Rangiotu Flood
Bourke's Drain, Rangiotu Flood
Rose's Store, Rangiotu Flood
Sheep Partially Stranded, Rangiotu Flood
Staples Motor Workshop and House after Flood, Rangiotu

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