Lyttelton wharves, around 1910

The ferry Maori is seen berthed at Lyttelton around 1910. The southern terminus of the Union Steam Ship Company's inter-island service, Lyttelton was also an important export port, especially for the frozen-meat and wool trade with Britain. Regular boat trains connected the port with the city of Christchurch via the Lyttelton tunnel.

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