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The New Zealand Railways Magazine, Volume 8, Issue 5 (September 1, 1933)

Mr. G. H. Mackley, General Manager of Railways, laying the foundation stone of the new Tasman Chalet on the edge of the famous Tasman glacier, Mt. Cook. The Chalet, which provides accommodation for an additional 100 skiers, was officially opened on 24th June last, by the Mayor of Christchurch, Mr. D. G. Sullivan

Mr. G. H. Mackley, General Manager of Railways, laying the foundation stone of the new Tasman Chalet on the edge of the famous Tasman glacier, Mt. Cook. The Chalet, which provides accommodation for an additional 100 skiers, was officially opened on 24th June last, by the Mayor of Christchurch, Mr. D. G. Sullivan.

Mr. G. H. Mackley, General Manager of Railways, laying the foundation stone of the new Tasman Chalet on the edge of the famous Tasman glacier, Mt. Cook. The Chalet, which provides accommodation for an additional 100 skiers, was officially opened on 24th June last, by the Mayor of Christchurch, Mr. D. G. Sullivan.