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Hawks Crag, Buller Gorge road, in major river flood time.
Hawks Crag, Buller Gorge road, in major river flood time, normally the river level is 50 ft below the road surface, this gives some idea of the immense power of the
Cheques received from Colonial Bank by Captain RILEY, Westport.
Cheques received from Colonial Bank by Captain RILEY, Westport.  The Colonial Bank was situated where the Bank of New Zealand was later, on the corner of Palmerston St and Wakefield
Arthur CURTIS and Terry MALONEY 1924.
1924, on left Arthur CURTIS, son of Superintendent Ted CURTIS, Gold Star - 30 years service to the Westport Volunteer Fire Brigade, on right Terry MALONEY, son of fireman Dan
early motor cars were very dependent on real horse-power to cross the rivers.
on the wild West Coast there were numerous rivers to be crossed and never enough bridges to span them, and consequently the early motor cars were very dependent on real horse-power
early motorists cross unbridged rivers.
local West Coast farmers helped early motorists to cross unbridged rivers, here passengers are preparing a vehicle for river crossing