Tangiwai (Weeping Waters) by Trish Gray

New Zealand’s greatest railway disaster and it’s impact on one family.


A little snow drapes the mountain to the east. The Whangaehu River gently bubbles along its narrow course. It is a quiet, sombre scene, with a gentle breeze rustling through the flax bushes disguising their secrets.

Who could guess this scene could be shattered…?

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