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artillery or naval cannon, Westport.
this print photocopy of an artillery or naval cannon is the gun which was based at the drill-hall in Henley St, Westport, as can be seen it was mounted on
St Johns tennis courts, Westport.
St Johns tennis courts, corner of Peel St and Lyndhurst St, Westport, now owned by the White Star Football Club, the central two storey house with two chimneys was the
central Palmerston St, Westport, fire 1935.
this portion of central Palmerston St, Westport, adjacent to the R.S.A. club rooms was destroyed by a disastrous fire evening of 6th November 1935, taken after the fire had razed
four circus elephants on one of GIBBS Transport international trucks.
four circus elephants being transported on one of GIBBS Transport international trucks, by driver Baden PETRIE after a show in Westport, a curious fact - all the animals heads had
saddle-tank locomotive, Chasm Creek at Seddonville.
saddle-tank locomotive pulling rail coaches across the Chasm Creek at Seddonville, this line was closed in 1970, the area is now named the Chasm Creek Walkway and Chasm Hill Tunnel,