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Albion Wharf from Railway Wharf, Port Nelson, ca 1879

Reference Number: 1/2-018594-F

View from the Railway Wharf, Port Nelson, circa 1879. Shows Ship Inn (later the Tasman Hotel) on the far left; Pier Hotel (behind man on bollard); Albion Hotel (two buildings erected over the water); Albion Store (behind the Hotel); paddle steamer "Wallace" (minus funnel prior to her lengthening) alongside Albion Wharf ; behind Albion Wharf is the Anchor Foundry on Wakefield Quay. Photographer unidentified.

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1 image, related to Anchor Shipping & Foundry Company Ltd, Albion Hotel (Nelson), Pier Hotel (Nelson), Ship Inn (Nelson), Wallace (Paddle steamer), Wakefield Quay, Railway Wharf, Albion Wharf, Waterfronts - New Zealand - Nelson-Marlborough Region, Wharves - New Zealand - Nelson-Marlborough Region and Hotels - New Zealand - Nelson-Marlborough Region.

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Albion Wharf from Railway Wharf, Port Nelson, Reference Number 1/2-018594-F (1 digitised items)

Extent: 1 b&w copy negative(s)Film negative. Oval image, horizontalSingle negative

Conditions governing access to original: Not restricted

Other copies available: File print available in Turnbull Library Pictures51. Nelson. Wharves. 1870s(PFP-026530)

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