FOUR WAYS TO MILFORD

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Year

1957

NFU Picture/Sheet No.

99

Length

Colour, 22.5 minutes

Viewing copies

VHS Video- R.V. 827 16mm film- W3606/c/53 VHS Video (Preview Tape)- BITC 195

Full Description

Colour 22 mins. 16mm 820 ft. NFU Film Information Sheet No. 99 Cat. Refs. 1958 p.69; 1962 p.87; 1967-68 p.17. Colour 22 mins. 16mm 820 ft. This film covers the four ways of getting to Milford. It shows a cruise ship that has come into the Sound from the sea; it follows a party up Lake Te Anau and over the Milford Track; it depicts the route up the Eglinton Valley, through the Homer Tunnel and down to the hotel at the head of the sound. A launch trip up the sound to the entrance on the coast displays the attractions and beauty of Milford itself. The film concludes with an aerial sequence describing the fourth way to Milford. The mountains, lakes, rivers, bush, birds and flowers of Fiordland feature largely in this film. Viewing copies :VHS Video- R.V. 827 16mm film- W3606/c/53 VHS Video (Preview Tape)- BITC 195

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