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The Barewood Battery reconstructed on the Maritana site
The Battery complex
Barewood Gold Mining Co Employees 1902-1904
One of the miners' houses where the congregation would meet after the Sunday service.
Barewood G. M. Co. Manager's residence
The sheer terrain of the Taieri Gorge where the adit was driven to meet the no 2. shaft
The Barewood Residents dressed for a train ride into Dunedin
One of the miners' houses where the congregation would meet after the Sunday service
The new Reefs Railway Station
Battery shed, Barewood mine.
Mine director and family on new tennis court
The new poppet head in 1909. Showing engine shed modifications
The poppet head showing the new landings & modifications made in 1906, to cater for the introduction of cages
A closer view of the battery shed showing the mine poppet head in the background
Barewood Gold Mining Company Employees
The Anglo Continental poppet head on the no. 2 site
The Barewood Gold Mining Co's poppet head showing a dump of waste stone (excavated as the shaft was deepened)
Barewood Quartz-mine, Otago: Cyanide plant
The remains of the Anglo Continental Co. poppet heads on the No 1. site
The remains of the Merrilees Home
The Mine Manager's Residence
Dynamite storage cave 8 box
Hocken Snapshop (3rd Jun 2014).
. In Website Hocken Snapshop. Retrieved 8th May 2021 11:11, from https://hocken.recollect.co.nz/nodes/view/33365
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