Digitised Image

Heath, Eric Walmsley, 1923- :Same old pattern every week - someone wants this line. 2 September 1977

Reference Number: C-133-021

The cartoon shows a railway line that breaks off into two separate lines. One of the lines represents industrial disruption and the other represents industrial harmony. A railway carriage, representing railway tradesmen, is coming up to the intersection and is signalling to go down the track of industrial disruption. A man controlling the intersection is commenting on the choice. Refers to the ongoing industrial disruption from railways workers.

Key terms:
1 image, categorised under Cartoons (Commentary), related to The Dominion (Newspaper. 1907-2002), New Zealand Railways, Railways, Strikes and lockouts - Railways and Railways - Employees.

Part of:
Heath, Eric Walmsley, 1923- :One folder of original cartoons donated for the New Zealand Cartoon Archive auction. [1973-1992]., Reference Number C-133-010/040 (14 digitised items)

Extent: 1 original cartoon(s)Ink on paper, 640 x 500mm.. Single art work

Conditions governing access to original: Partial restriction - Use photocopies in ringbinders in preference to original.

Other copies available: Photocopy in public folders.

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