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A River Training Wall in New Zealand

Gisborne, the North Island coastal port, in the early days known as Turanganui, stands on the mouth of the Turanganui River. This is a short stretch of tidal water which forks, a few chains to the left of the traffic bridge at the left of Figure 1, into two rivers, the Waimata and the Taruheru. Royden H. Newman