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Record ID
1-W1309

Photographer
Winkelmann, Henry Winkelmann, Henry
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Date
19 July 1912

Subjects
Waterfront, Auckland Central, Campbells Point, D Goldie and Sons, Timber yards, Lichenstein Arnoldson and Company, New Zealand Laundry Company Limited, New Zealand Shipping Company Limited, Northern Roller Milling Company, Mechanics Bay, Panoramic views, Northern Steamship Company Limited, Quay Street East, Quay Street jetties, Railways, Railway yards, Auckland Railway Station, Robertson Brothers, St Barnabas Point, St Georges BayWaterfront, Auckland CentralCampbells PointD Goldie and SonsTimber yardsLichenstein Arnoldson and CompanyNew Zealand Laundry Company LimitedNew Zealand Shipping Company LimitedNorthern Roller Milling CompanyMechanics BayPanoramic viewsNorthern Steamship Company LimitedQuay Street EastQuay Street jettiesRailwaysRailway yardsAuckland Railway StationRobertson BrothersSt Barnabas PointSt Georges Bay
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Original Format
Glass plate negative

Classification No.
995.11 (1910-19)

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Description
Looking east from the Ferry Buildings down Quay Street East and over Mechanics Bay, with St Barnabas Point (being demolished, right distance), St Georges Bay and Parnell (right), Campbells Point (centre distance), with Quay Street Jetties (left foreground), and premises of Lichenstein Arnoldson and Company, Northern Roller Milling Company, New Zealand Shipping Company, Robertson Brothers, Northern Steamship Company, New Zealand Laundry Company and other premises along Quay Street East (right to centre), premises in Customs Street (right), Railway Station (right, middle distance), with yard of D Goldie, timber merchant (left, middle distance)