OTAGO HARBOUR CURRENTS OF CONTROVERSY

By: McLean, Gavin

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Otago Bay Harbour Board Otago Bay New Zealand 1985. Signed by the Board's Chairman also by ther General Manager. As its title suggests, Otago Harbour - Currents of Controversy is not a conventional port history. It is an independent, critical history of the Port of Otago that will be read with interest far beyond the province. It is a first class book to assess the impact of the unit load revolution (Ro - Ro and Containers) on a New Zealand seaport. Outstanding illustrations using contemporary paintings, cartoons, prints and photographs, also a number of charts, maps and diagrams. Minor nicks to the lower edge of the dj. Blue Cloth covered end boards. Near fine condition. 357pp. 276 mm x 210 mm.

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