In this painting by renowned rail artist W. W. Stewart, the little British locomotive Pilgrim puffs along the 7-kilometre track to Ferrymead, a makeshift port on the Heathcote River. Huge public excitement is evident in the turnout of the brass band, and the flying of Union Jacks.
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Artwork by W. W. Stewart
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