Dunedin: Victorian train station, tiny harbour and environs

On a sunny and windy day I went wandering – I have a compulsion to always check out a town’s harbour or seafront and am often surprised when a city turns its back on the sea. Nelson gives the sea its shoulder. Dunedin however provides an industrial park-shaped obstacle between a cute octagonal city centre and its harbour, which is tiny. Still there is a harbour and a custom house (now a cafe) which is deserted but for a couple of fishermen.


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