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Bush Tramways in New Zealand: an Unrecognised Historic Resource

P.J. MAHONEY
Australian Journal of Historical Archaeology
Vol. 9 (1991), p. 79
Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/29543292
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Abstract

The timber industry in New Zealand was important and had a substantial impact on the country, both positive and negative. However, compared with some industries, for example mining, it has left few physical traces, the routes of bush tramways being the most common.

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