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THE NEW RAILWAY DEVIATION TO WESTFIELD AND OTHER IMPROVEMENTS WHICH ARE BEING MADE IN CONNECTION WITH THE WORK. Photographs taken yesterday, when a Public Works train made a tour over the completed section of the line. Left: The large retaining wall built in connection with the formation re? a new traffic outlet from the Strand to Gladstone Road over Campbell's Point Centre: The scene at the entrance to the Purewa Tunnel on the city side, where the cutting has just been completed. Right: lhe tram passing over the temporary bridge which spans the Orakei Basin above the tide gates.

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THE NEW RAILWAY DEVIATION TO WESTFIELD AND OTHER IMPROVEMENTS WHICH ARE BEING MADE IN CONNECTION WITH THE WORK. Photographs taken yesterday, when a Public Works train made a tour over the completed section of the line. Left: The large retaining wall built in connection with the formation re? a new traffic outlet from the Strand to Gladstone Road over Campbell's Point Centre: The scene at the entrance to the Purewa Tunnel on the city side, where the cutting has just been completed. Right: lhe tram passing over the temporary bridge which spans the Orakei Basin above the tide gates., New Zealand Herald, Volume LXV, Issue 19929, 24 April 1928

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THE NEW RAILWAY DEVIATION TO WESTFIELD AND OTHER IMPROVEMENTS WHICH ARE BEING MADE IN CONNECTION WITH THE WORK. Photographs taken yesterday, when a Public Works train made a tour over the completed section of the line. Left: The large retaining wall built in connection with the formation re? a new traffic outlet from the Strand to Gladstone Road over Campbell's Point Centre: The scene at the entrance to the Purewa Tunnel on the city side, where the cutting has just been completed. Right: lhe tram passing over the temporary bridge which spans the Orakei Basin above the tide gates. New Zealand Herald, Volume LXV, Issue 19929, 24 April 1928

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