The Wahine and Maori at Lyttelton wharf

The Wahine (right) reverses into the new Lyttelton ferry terminal, while the Maori is berthed at another wharf. This image was taken shortly after the Wahine came into service in 1966.

The Wahine is backing towards the new link span, which was built to allow cars to drive on and off the ferry.

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