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Baigent Museum
New Zealand

A day out at the Founders Park is more than a glimpse of the past, it is a chance to see and experience the conditions that people worked under back in the "good old days". Would many of us today be capable of the hours that were worked then as well as the physical nature of that work?

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Uploaded: 15/01/2013
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