Aubrey, Christopher, fl 1870s-1900s :[Upper Hutt, with railway station]. 1890.
Reference Number: C-030-030
Shows the railway station and ancillary buildings, including railway cottages, the goods shed and the engine shed. Also shown are St Joseph's Catholic Church, the Provincial Hotel, P A Wilkie's second store (to the right of the hotel), and, to its left, Edward Wilkie's bakery and boarding-house
1 image, categorised under Watercolours, related to Francis Howard Wilkie, Mrs J H G Paterson, Christopher Aubrey, St Joseph's Church (Upper Hutt), Provincial Hotel (Upper Hutt), Upper Hutt City, Catholic church buildings - New Zealand - Wellington Region, Railways - Trains, Railway stations - New Zealand - Wellington Region, Cows - New Zealand - Wellington Region, Boardinghouses, Bakeries - New Zealand - Wellington Region, Hotels - New Zealand - Wellington Region, Business enterprises - New Zealand - Wellington Region, Dwellings - New Zealand - Wellington Region and Railways - New Zealand - Wellington Region.
Aubrey, Christopher, fl 1870s-1900s :[Upper Hutt, with railway station]. 1890., Reference Number C-030-030 (1 digitised items)
Extent: 1 watercolour(s)Watercolour on paper 345 x 550 mm. Single art work
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