Willis, Archibald Duddington (Firm) :Greymouth, N.Z. W. Potts, lith, A. D. Willis lithographer, Wanganui, N. Z. J. Ring, photo. [Plate 9. 1889]
Reference Number: PUBL-0019-07
An extensive view of the town of Greymouth, looking towards the mouth of the Grey River. There are wide streets and rows of houses in the foreground, a few buildings with smoking chimneys along the river, and some steamers out to sea in the distance. The masts of some ships can be seen tied up at the side of the river. The far bank has some building, sparser than on the near side.
1 image, categorised under Chromolithographs and Cityscapes, related to James Ring, Grey River, Greymouth, Shipping - New Zealand - West Coast Region, Rivers - New Zealand - West Coast Region, Streets - New Zealand - West Coast Region and Dwellings - New Zealand - West Coast Region.
Wakefield, Edward 1845-1924 :New Zealand illustrated. The story of New Zealand and descriptions of its cities and towns by Edward Wakefield; also (by various writers) the natural wonders of New Zealand (past and present). Wanganui. A. D. Willis, 1889, Reference Number PUBL-0019 (7 digitised items)
Extent: 1 colour art print(s)Chromolithograph 167 x 388 mm. Horizontal imageSingle art work
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