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RAILWAY BALLAST CRUSHIiNG PLANT.-JF hen the Tawa Flat Deviation tunnels were being pierced the rock spoil was placed in reserve for ballasting purposes when the new lines were laid. The metal is elevated to the-top of the crusher in small trucks drawn by a wire rope'up an inclined tramline. The crushed metal is .fed by gravitation to.the bins at the bottom, and.is passed, through shoots into ballast ; • wagons drawn by a powerful little locomotive. .

.Green and Harm Photo. . . . . "Sport and General" Photo. SUPT. D J. CUMMINGS, in ■ PARLIAMENT DISSOLVED^-7^;^ the old-time pageantry charge of the Police Force in the Common Crier of London read the' King's Proclamation from Canterbury, who replaces Supt. the steps of the Royal Exchange on October 26 announcing the A. 1. Emerson at Wellington. . dissolution of Parliament.

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Evening Post, Evening Post, Volume CXX, Issue 125, 22 November 1935

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RAILWAY BALLAST CRUSHIiNG PLANT.-JFhen the Tawa Flat Deviation tunnels were being pierced the rock spoil was placed in reserve for ballasting purposes when the new lines were laid. The metal is elevated to the-top of the crusher in small trucks drawn by a wire rope'up an inclined tramline. The crushed metal is .fed by gravitation to.the bins at the bottom, and.is passed, through shoots into ballast ; • wagons drawn by a powerful little locomotive. . .Green and Harm Photo. . . . . "Sport and General" Photo. SUPT. D J. CUMMINGS, in ■ PARLIAMENT DISSOLVED^-7^;^ the old-time pageantry charge of the Police Force in the Common Crier of London read the' King's Proclamation from Canterbury, who replaces Supt. the steps of the Royal Exchange on October 26 announcing the A. 1. Emerson at Wellington. . dissolution of Parliament. Evening Post, Volume CXX, Issue 125, 22 November 1935

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