Only 2 this week,1. John A Lee, Labour Party politician in the 1930s, who was expelled from the party for his differing views.2. Tui Brewery at Mangatainoka where the best beer in NZ is brewed
No 4 looks a bit like the Wairakei Hotel but the angle of the drive is wrong.
1. Pass2. Mangatainoka - Tui's the beer round here.3 Kawakawa main drag.4. A farm homestead somewhere - first thoughts were Smedley Station but I don't think so now.5. Monument to a water (race) reticulation irrigation scheme. Not the one in CHB which the regional council in it's wisdom shut down some years ago.
All photos this week furnish proof that I don't know my own country.
I knew the first two and of course the third as I sent it to GD. 3 and 4 had me well and truly bluffed though.
Bugger.That shuld have been 4 and 5
1. John A. Lee2. Tui DB Brewery, Mangatainoka and dormitory for a number of beautiful bikini clad employees.3. Kawakawa main street, Northland4. Former Hanmer Springs rehabilitation Hospital (? Rutherford wing). The Medical Superintendant in charge was Dr Robert Crawford and it was a tragedy that he saw his life's work belittled and discarded - all in the interests of saving money and because the health reforms in the 80's gave no credit for shared national facilities between DHBs.5. -
1. John A. Lee,DCM Dunedin renegade!2. Tui Brewery. Not the best, not bad, but not the best. 3,4,5 nope
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