While railways and roads quickly developed in the more settled parts of New Zealand, the discovery of gold forced people to follow tracks into isolated areas of the South Island. This Illustrated London News etching from 1863 shows prospectors heading west into Central Otago.
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Reference: The Illustrated London News, 14 Nov 1863, p. 505
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