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  1. Picton and World War II
    World War II has left its mark on Picton and the Marlborough Sounds area, in memorials, gun emplacements, buildings, a reserve, as well as in the memo... read more
  2. Awatere Road Rail Bridge
    For over 100 years the bridge at Seddon over the Awatere River has carried road and rail traffic, a unique link on State Highway One. read more
  3. Wairau Bar midden
    The Wairau Bar is one of New Zealand's most significant archaeological sites, and one of great cultural significance for Maori. read more
  4. Nelson Women's Club
    The Women's Club was formed in 1926 at the heart of the City, with an iconic view over the Church Steps read more
  5. Mary Bisley
    Mary emigrated to New Zealand with her parents on board the St Pauli, arriving in 1843. read more
  6. School Daze!
    One woman's experience of Nelson education in the late 1930's. read more
  7. Albert Charles Jennings 1879-1917
    Albert was a Nelson boy who fought in both the Boer War and in World War I. He died at Messines. read more
  8. Anzac Old Boys - Boer War
    Three young Nelson men who died in the Boer War. read more
  9. Anzac Old Boys - World War I
    Three of the young men of Nelson who died in World War I. read more
  10. Anzac Old boys - World War II
    Three of the young men from Nelson College who lost their lives in World War II, as recorded in the Nelsonian, the Nelson College Magazine. read more