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[Nairn, Francis Edward] 1819?-1910 :The broken standard accident at Nine Mile Ferry. Punt carried away & coach & horses drowned (Westport Inangahua Road) [ca 1865]

Reference Number: A-236-010

Shows the wooden poles and wire across a stream, with one upright broken, the former supports for a punt. Bush-clad hills in the background. Probably drawn during the West Coast goldrush period

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1 image, categorised under Ink drawings, related to Francis Edward Nairn, Inangahua, Buller River, Drowning, Fords (Stream crossings) - New Zealand - West Coast Region, Accidents, Horses - New Zealand - West Coast Region, Pontoons and Carriages and carts - New Zealand - West Coast Region.

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[Nairn, Francis Edward] 1819?-1910 :The broken standard accident at Nine Mile Ferry. Punt carried away & coach & horses drowned (Westport Inangahua Road) [ca 1865], Reference Number A-236-010 (1 digitised items)

Extent: 1 drawing(s)Ink on tissue paper, 237 x 140 mm (irregular). Single art work

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