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The Makatote Viaduct, on the North Island Main Trunk railway line between National Park and Ohakune, spans the gorge of the Makatote River at a height of 260 ft. It is 860 ft. in length and was built at a cost of over £50,000.

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The Makatote Viaduct, on the North Island Main Trunk railway line between National Park and Ohakune, spans the gorge of the Makatote River at a height of 260 ft. It is 860 ft. in length and was built at a cost of over £50,000., New Zealand Herald, Volume LXXIII, Issue 22492, 8 August 1936, Supplement

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The Makatote Viaduct, on the North Island Main Trunk railway line between National Park and Ohakune, spans the gorge of the Makatote River at a height of 260 ft. It is 860 ft. in length and was built at a cost of over £50,000. New Zealand Herald, Volume LXXIII, Issue 22492, 8 August 1936, Supplement

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