Afternoon sightseers gather at the new Whirokino bridge over the Manawatū River near Foxton, on 27 August 1939 – just a week before the outbreak of the Second World War. The bridge had been opened in April that year, after severe flooding damaged the existing bridge.
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Kete Horowhenua, Horowhenua Historical Society
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