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He pārongo atu anōWellington Manawatu Railway Company Class "H" engine and crew, Thorndon, Wellington

The engine appears to be an adapted “H” class. These were employed primarily in hauling trains up and down the Rimutaka Incline. Driver - Sid Smith; Fireman - unknown Shunter - G. Brady, Shunter - C Decuthy (?). Later information received 2010: WMR No.2 later NZR Wh448 sold in 1927 to Challenge Phosphate of Otahuhu, Auckland. The photograph was taken in Thorndon, Wellington and the Engine was never used on the Rimutaka Incline.

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Wellington Manawatu Railway Company Class "H" engine and crew, Thorndon, Wellington
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Wellington Manawatu Railway Company Class "H" engine and crew, Thorndon, Wellington
Steam train and Engine Shed, Palmerston North Railway Station, Main Street
Foxton Railway Station
Locomotive
Palmerston North Railway Station, Main Street
Pedestrians on the Cook Street Foot Bridge
Palmeston North Railway Station, Main Street
Railway Station, The Square
Behind the Railway Station, The Square
Foxton Railway Station yard and goods shed
Family Waiting for a Train, Palmerston North Station
Main Street Railway Station

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Palmerston North
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circa 1907

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Wellington Manawatu Railway Company Class "H" engine and crew, Thorndon, Wellington
Steam train and Engine Shed, Palmerston North Railway Station, Main Street
Foxton Railway Station
Locomotive
Palmerston North Railway Station, Main Street
Pedestrians on the Cook Street Foot Bridge
Palmeston North Railway Station, Main Street
Railway Station, The Square
Behind the Railway Station, The Square
Foxton Railway Station yard and goods shed
Family Waiting for a Train, Palmerston North Station
Main Street Railway Station

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