Dunedin Scenes

This series of photographs were taken on March 28, 2001 from Mt Cargill and other lookout points above Port Chalmers. The weather was beautiful, as were the views from Mt Cargill, which is about the highest point along the harbour.

Dunedin from Mt Cargill
Taiaroa Head
In this photograph of  Port Chalmers you can see piles of logs ready for shipment to Japan.

During the USS Thomas J Gary's first Deep Freeze cruise several of the crew rented a flat at 152 Cargill St. These photographs of that flat were taken in March, 2001.

Another view of Dunedin from Mt Cargill
Southerly view of Dunedin from Mt Cargill
Looking across the harbour towards Larnach Castle
Otago Harbour from Mt Cargill
Looking at harbour from   Fox  Street, Port Chalmers.
The harbour from Mt Cargill. Notice the microwave dish, there's a large antenna tower and transmitter building atop Mt Cargill.

Taken from High Street, near the Fletcher Lodge, March 28, 2001

From a tour of Speight's Brewery, March, 2004
M/V Monarch approaching Port Chalmers
Another view from Fox  Street.
Looking towards Port Chalmers and to sea from Mt Cargill
The long gone "locker club" was about a 1 minute walk from the location of this sign at Speight's Brewery. March, 2004

See Ports of Call, New Zealand, Page 3 for additional pictures of Dunedin

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