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A souvenir programme for the opening ceremony of the New Longburn Railway Bridge and Deviation. Constructed between 1958 and 1960, the new steel and reinforced-concrete bridge replaced an earlier wooden rail bridge over the Manawatū which dated from 1886.

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Multi-Page Document
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2022Pa_A175-233-OpeningCeremony_038989
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New Longburn Railway Bridge and Deviation: Opening Ceremony
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October 18, 1960

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