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Pupu Hydro Walkway, Golden Bay, New Zealand - Stock Image

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The Pupu Hydro Walkway in Golden Bay's Takaka, retraces an old gold-mining water race. This 3km long water race was used in a more ambitious gold mining project in the early 1900s.

A new use for the old goldmining water race was found in 1929 when the Golden Bay Electric Power Board opened a hydro power station and used the old water race to generate power for the Takaka area. Closing in the late 1980's.

The Pupu Hydro Society purchased the station from Tasman Energy in the 1990's and now supplies a small amount of power to the national grid.
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