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Octagon, Dunedin Octagon, Dunedin
The Octagon in the centre of Dunedin where the gulls have not exactly enhanced the appearance of the bard, Robert Burns - PHOTOs Malcolm McCrow
Robert Burns Statue Octagon, Dunedin Robert Burns Statue Octagon, Dunedin
Missing its plume, the statue is nevertheless identifiable as a copy of at least two others of Burns - PHOTOs Malcolm McCrow

Robert Burns Statue Albert Square, Dundee

Robert Burns Statue Central Park, New York

One is in Dundee's Albert Square (left) and another is in New York City's Central Park (right) - PHOTOs Malcolm McCrow
Octagon, Dunedin Octagon, Dunedin
Other views of the Octagon with electric street lights resembling traditional British style [gas] lamp posts - PHOTOs Malcolm McCrow
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Princes Street, Dunedin not much resembling Edinburgh's famous Princes Street now in 2014 again complete with trams - PHOTOs Malcolm McCrow
Princes Street, Dunedin Cargill Monument, Dunedin
Corner of Princes Street and Rattray Street with traditional New Zealand red phone boxes and the Cargill Monument. The historic former Bank of New Zealand building forms the backdrop - PHOTOs Malcolm McCrow
Queen Victoria ensuring no dogs allowed - PHOTOs Malcolm McCrow
Vertiginous fire escapes give an American air to buildings at Queen's Gardens and Castle Street with the red brick Leviathan Hotel in the background - PHOTOs Malcolm McCrow
Gresham Hotel, Cumberland Street, Dunedin Queen's Gardens, Dunedin
New Zealand traffic lights go straight from red to green and Gresham Hotel at Cumberland Street and Queen's Gardens adds to the impression of America  - PHOTOs Malcolm McCrow
Chinese Garden, Dunedin Chinese Garden, Dunedin
Chinese Garden by the Settlers' Otago Museum - PHOTOs Malcolm McCrow
Otago Settlers' Museum, Dunedin Rialto Cinema, Moray Place, Dunedin
Art deco in Dunedin:  the Otago Settlers' Museum across from Queen's Gardens (left) and the Rialto cinema in Moray Place (right) - PHOTOs Malcolm McCrow
Josephine, Otago Settlers' Museum, Dunedin Josephine - Otago Settlers' Museum, Dunedin
Josephine, a double ended Fairlie tank engine from 1872 resides in this part of the Otago Settlers' Museum - PHOTOs Malcolm McCrow
Morris 8 - Otago Settlers' Museum, Dunedin Tiger Tea trolley bus - Otago Settlers' Museum, Dunedin
Morris 8 and the Tiger Tea Trolley bus - also in the museum
Law Courts, Dunedin Old Prison, Dunedin
The Dundedin Law Courts viewed from Anzac Square were conveniently situated next to the old prison said to resemble the original Scotland Yard - PHOTOs Malcolm McCrow
Dunedin Railway Station Dunedin Railway Station
Dunedin Railway station in Anzac Square - reputed to be one of the most photographed buildings in New Zealand - PHOTOs Malcolm McCrow
Cadbury's Plant, Dunedin
The other Edinburgh - the name Dunedin was chosen in preference to New Edinburgh in order to avoid any confusion.  Cadbury's plant near Anzac Square - PHOTOs Malcolm McCrow
Law Courts Hotel, Dunedin Otago Times Building, Dunedin
Law Courts Hotel and the Otago Times Building on Cumberland Street and Stuart Street - PHOTOs Malcolm McCrow
Stuart Street Terrace Houses, Dunedin Stuart Street Terrace Houses, Dunedin
Stuart Street Terrace Houses - PHOTOs Malcolm McCrow
View Street, Dunedin View Street, Dunedin
View Street leading from Moray Place - PHOTOs Malcolm McCrow
Leaving Dunedin and heading out south initially on Highway 1 for Gore - PHOTOs Malcolm McCrow

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