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IPENZ Engineering Heritage

IPENZ has a programme of identifying and promoting New Zealand’s engineering heritage. Our vision for New Zealand’s engineering heritage is that this country’s engineering achievements are widely recognised and valued.

  • Commemorative Model of the Fisher Monoplane 1913

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    Gladstone Road, Wairarapa

    Fisher Monoplane
  • South Rangitikei Rail Viaduct

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    Manawatu-Whanganui

    South Rangitikei Rail Viaduct
  • 3rd Australasian Engineering Heritage Conference

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    In the photo from left to right are: Professor Gerry Carrington IIR, Owen Graham Historic Places Trust, Rob Wilkinson IPENZ Engineering Heritage Board, Howard Healey IRHACE, and Dr Andrew Cleland Chief Executive IPENZ, at the 3rd Australasian Engineering Heritage Conference

    3rd Australasian Engineering Heritage Conference
  • Old and New Hapuawhenua Railway Viaducts

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    2 km north of Ohakune on the North Island Main Trunk Railway, King Country / Central Volcanic Plateau

    New Hapuawhenua Viaduct
  • Monowai Power House

    Close to Manapouri near Lake Monowai, Fiordland

    photos/hm5.jpg Monowai Power House
  • Otira Tunnel, Midland Railway

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    From Otira on West Coast to Arthur's Pass in Canterbury, West Coast/Buller

    Otira Tunnel, Midland Railway
  • The Kelburn Cable Car

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    Upland Road, Kelburn, Wellington

    THE KELBURN CABLE CAR
  • Kopuawhara Railway Viaduct

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    North of Opoutama, Mahia Peninsula

    Mohaka Viaduct
  • Lower Karori Dam

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    Karori, Wellington

    Lower Karori Dam