Photographer's Note

The building to the right is the old DunedinLaw Courts. Government architect John Campbell designed this impressive court building about 1899. It has four court rooms, including the lavishly decorated High Court, and also houses the Law Society office and library. The statue of Justice, minus her blindfold, is recessed in the tower over the main entrance.

The building in the distance is the Dunedin Railway Station. The first official architect for New Zealand Railways, George A. Troup, won the unofficial title of "Gingerbread George" for this magnificent station built in 1904-07 in the Flemish Renaissance style. Its beauty is more than facade deep - as a look inside will show.

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