Thursday, September 18, 2014

Albert Percy Godber

Albert Percy Godber at his brass finishing lathe, Petone railway workshops
["this is my busy day" :)]
  
Climax locomotive hauling logs over the Mangatukutuku Viaduct, near Ongarue
  
Gum climbers' camp on the Waipapa River, near Rangiahua, 1918
  
Horse-drawn rail timber wagon hauling a log to the mill at Horopito, February 1921
  
 
Man transporting logs with horses and railway in the Akatarawa Bush, Hutt Valley, 1912-16
  
Men with a scow beside the Waipapa River, near Rangiahua, 1918
  
Native bush at Korokoro, with Albert Percy Godber standing on a large tree trunk which had fallen above the track, and his daughter Phyllis (aged 7) standing below, 27 December 1910
  
Rustic bridge at Ross Reservoir, Dunedin, September 1925
  
Tangarakau Gorge, a road bridge and grave site, 1915-16
  
 
The Hapuawhenua Viaduct, curving through an area of newly regenerating scrub, ca. 1915

Albert Percy Godber Collection, Alexander Turnbull Library, Wellington, New Zealand

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