Panoramas

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During the field trip panorama photos are taken which help students orientate themselves to the field trip environment. 'Interactive' panoramas and 'still image' panoramas will appear here during the field trip. Questions from the captions are best answered after watching videos, reading a diary, or listening to an audioconference.

Interactive panoramas

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Day 1

Day 1
Around Mount Cook/Pukeahu
(2 images)

Day 2

Day 2
In the trench
(2 images)

Day 3

Day 3
In and around the trench
(2 images)

Still image panoramas

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Buckle St diversion as at Week 17 - 26.11.2012.
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Monday 18 November

Looking across the harbour to Wellington City. How do you think the city has changed since it first became the capital of New Zealand?
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Tuesday 19 November

Overlooking the trench for the Buckle Street underpass. Can you see the retaining walls? What do you think these are made out of?
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The Dominion Museum Building beside the National War Memorial. What was this building used for and what is it used for now?
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The western end of the Buckle Street trench. How do you think the design of the Buckle Street diversion has helped reduce disruption to road users?
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Wednesday 20 November

At the end of the Buckle Street trench. How many cranes can you see and what materials do you think they will be lifting?
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At the western end of the Buckle Street trench the road will be improved to create better traffic flow on an inner city bypass. What similarities do you think there would be between this roading project and the Memorial Park project?
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Thursday 21 November

Looking at the southern wall of the Buckle Street trench. Can you see the different types of retaining walls. Why are they different?
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Looking out over the northern wall of the Buckle Street trench. Can you see any differences between this wall and the southern wall, if so what are they?
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