Alert: Dunedin has some gifted professional conservators

### ODT Online Thu, 28 Jan 2010
Station’s past revealed
By John Gibb
The years are being peeled away and colours from the past are re-emerging at the Otago Settlers Museum’s former NZR bus station building, thanks to some painstaking historical detective work. Contract conservator Laurence Le Ber says when the art deco bus station opened in 1939, the colour scheme and lighting were much more sombre than today.
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The former NZ Railways Road Services Building (Former) has a New Zealand Historic Places Trust Category I classification. The building is listed in Schedule 25.1 Townscape and Heritage Buildings and Structures, of the Dunedin City District Plan (item B047).

Posted by Elizabeth Kerr

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One response to “Alert: Dunedin has some gifted professional conservators

  1. Stu

    Locomotive JA1274 was moved out of the shed at Otago Settlers Museum today.
    Timelapse video is here http://stadiumcam.wic.co.nz/locomotive.mpg

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