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Bush locomotive at Mamaku ATLIB 335747

Bush locomotive at Mamaku ATLIB 335747

Bush locomotive at Mamaku. Two men are standing beside the engine, identified as A Olsen, and J A Rhodes, manager. Photographed by Albert Percy Godber in 1923. This film negative is taken from the print in Godb... More

Bush tramline in the Mamaku bush. ATLIB 293648

Bush tramline in the Mamaku bush. ATLIB 293648

Logging railway track through the bush at Mamaku. Five unidentified children are standing beside the line. Photograph taken by Albert Percy Godber in February 1923. Dated from other images in the Godber album.

Logs at the Mountain Rimu Timber Company at Mamaku. ATLIB 287484

Logs at the Mountain Rimu Timber Company at Mamaku. ATLIB 287484

Logs at the Mountain Rimu Timber Company in Mamaku. Photographed by Albert Percy Godber circa 1916.

Price 16-wheeler steam locomotive ATLIB 287471

Price 16-wheeler steam locomotive ATLIB 287471

Price 16-wheeler steam locomotive, run by the Mountain Rimu Timber Company, Mamaku. Photograph taken by Albert Percy Godber, circa 1916.

Price 16-wheeler steam locomotive ATLIB 335605

Price 16-wheeler steam locomotive ATLIB 335605

Price 16-wheeler steam locomotive, run by the Mountain Rimu Timber Company, Mamaku. Photograph taken by Albert Percy Godber, circa 1916.

Price 16-wheeler steam locomotive with a load of logs. ATLIB 292761

Price 16-wheeler steam locomotive with a load of logs. ATLIB 292761

Price 16-wheeler steam locomotive (B-B-B-B type), hauling a load of logs for the Mountain Rimu Timber Company, Mamaku. Photograph taken by Albert Percy Godber, circa 1916.

Price 16-wheeler

Price 16-wheeler

Price 16-wheeler. Geared logging locomotive built in 1912 by A & G Price Ltd. of Thames, New Zealand

Prince of Wales ferns in native bush at Mamaku. ATLIB 287510

Prince of Wales ferns in native bush at Mamaku. ATLIB 287510

"Prince of Wales" ferns among native bush at Mamaku. Taken by Albert Percy Godber circa 1916.

Three timber workers standing on a log in native bush on the Mountain Rimu Timber Company's property at Mamaku. ATLIB 287494

Three timber workers standing on a log in native bush on the Mountain ...

Three timber workers standing on a log amongst native bush on the Mountain Rimu Timber Co. property, at Mamaku. Taken by Albert Percy Godber circa 1916.

View of Mamaku Railway Station and timber milling township, looking west. ATLIB 287477

View of Mamaku Railway Station and timber milling township, looking we...

View of Mamaku Railway Station and timber milling township, looking west. Taken by Albert Percy Godber circa 1916.

View of Mamaku township, 1923. ATLIB 293661

View of Mamaku township, 1923. ATLIB 293661

View of Mamaku township, photographed by Albert Percy Godber in February 1923.

View of Mountain Rimu Timber Company mill at Mamaku. ATLIB 293266

View of Mountain Rimu Timber Company mill at Mamaku. ATLIB 293266

View of the Mountain Rimu Timber Co. mill, with a house on a rise behind the mill. Photographed by Albert Percy Godber circa 1916.

View of railway track in native bush on the Mountain Rimu Timber Company's property at Mamaku. ATLIB 287486

View of railway track in native bush on the Mountain Rimu Timber Compa...

View of railway track through native bush on the Mountain Rimu Timber Co. property, at Mamaku. Taken by Albert Percy Godber circa 1916.

View of timber milling township of Mamaku, looking towards the Mountain Rimu Timber Company mill. ATLIB 287485

View of timber milling township of Mamaku, looking towards the Mountai...

View of timber milling town at Mamaku, looking towards the mill of the Mountain Rimu Timber Co. Taken by Albert Percy Godber circa 1916.

Greetings card from Mamaku, with image of the Sanatorium and grounds at Rotorua (21018145263)

Greetings card from Mamaku, with image of the Sanatorium and grounds a...

Greeting card with "Greetings from Mamaku" inscribed, and with an image of the Sanatorium grounds at Rotorua in serted top right. Photograph taken by William A Price, 10th January 1908. Inscriptions: Inscribed... More