close this bookScottish immigrant in the Waikato : Rotowaro in 1940s
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Hamilton

Remembers all along Kahikatea Drive as swamp land, dreadful fogs for weeks on end,

"You'd get it where it wouldn't lift during the day, you'd get up in the morning, it

it would be so dense you could hardly see the hand in front of you and it would only get marginally lighter simply because it was daylight"

Mentions railway running across Victoria St, Garden Place as parking, pie cart there.

Winter Show held in old Nissen hut, Worley Street.


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