Palmerston North Electric Power Station Inc.
Mangahao Hydro-Electric Power Station (behind Shannon)
Mangahao Hydro-Electric Power Station (Owner, Todd Energy's website)
William Hudson (Supervised construction of Mangahao & Arapuni Hydro Power Stations)
1922 tragedy (7 die) during construction of Mangahao (a genealogical record from a victim's family)
Tararua Wind Farm (in the Tararua Ranges between Palm. Nth and the Manawatu Gorge)
Scandinavian Club of Manawatu's Tararua Wind Farm web page, giving some technical detail
A personal website on Ashhurst, a town beneath the wind farm, and which provides more info on it.
Kelvin Grove, New Zealand (The suburb near the power station and reached via Keith Street - history and present-day)
Whakarongo, New Zealand (A farming and lifestyle block district near the power station, that received its first electricity from its generators - in 1924)
Featherston Street Pit & Hoffmann Kiln (Pit Park People Society Inc., and an associated local industrial heritage site close to the power station.)
Destination Manawatu Inc. (A district tourism organisation responsible for the facilitation and co-ordination of marketing and promotional activities for the Manawatu District)
www.manawatu.com (A link site of Manawatu websites)
Palmy.Net (A web directory of Palmerston North websites)
Ormondville Rail Preservation Group Inc (Shares its editor with this website)
Power Stations of New Zealand (A homework project by a pupil from Upper Atiamuri School)
Adrie & Jeanne Oostvogels' stationary engine and militaria website (Netherlands. Check out the stolen engines list on their Links page)
Schoolcraft's Old Engines (West Virginia, USA. Great music and other intriguing stuff - like 'moving gifs')
Gasengine.com (A links page)
Cooil Shellagh Engine Collection [Semidiesel.com] (UK - Contains a range of useful details, including on Nationals. This is the website of the aforementioned "Pevans")
Peter & Rita Forbes Engine Pages (UK - A wide range of engine topics)
Paxman, Diesels, and Colchester: Some history of Colchester's best known engineering company, its products and achievements
Old Power Stations as Museums (NZ & overseas)
Danish Museum of Electricity based around Gudenaacentralen, an old hydro-power station
The Norwegian Industrial Worker’s Museum established in what in 1911 was the world’s largest power station - at Vemork. Also the site of Norwegian sabotage in WWII to stop Germany developing a nuclear bomb from heavy water produced there.
Taming the Trolls - the story of hydro-electricity in Norway. This includes background to the Vemork hydro-power station.
Waddamana Power Station Museum Tasmania's first major hydro power station
Steam in Finland - Has a very good links page, including to power stations around the world.
Last updated 21 April 2008