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The Hurunui (Ship) in Lyttelton Harbour, 1883

Reference Number: 1/2-032410-F

The `Hurunui' in the Lyttelton Graving Dock, shortly after it was opened by the acting Governor of New Zealand, Sir James Prendergast, on 3 January 1883. Taken by unidendified photographer.

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1 image, related to Hurunui (Ship. 1875-1896), New Zealand Shipping Company Ltd, Lyttelton Graving Dock (Canterbury), Lyttelton Harbour, Lyttelton, Dry docks and Sailing ships.

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The Hurunui (Ship) in Lyttelton Harbour, Reference Number 1/2-032410-F (1 digitised items)

Extent: 1 b&w copy negative(s)Copy negative from loose print. Single negative

Historical Notes: The Lyttelton Graving Dock was opened by His Excellency Sir James Prendergast (acting Governor of NZ) on 3 January 1883. The Hurunui was the first ship in the dock.

Conditions governing access to original: Not restricted

Other copies available: File print available in Turnbull Library Pictures387. Hurunui. 1883.(PFP-019264)

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