You are not permitted to download, save or email this image. Visit image gallery to purchase the image. News 0 Comments Mihimihi for the opening. Mihimihi for the opening. The official party in the NZR Foyer, formnerly a long-distance bus station. Transoprt exhibits. Children gather near Josephine, a double-ended Fairlie steam locomotive. Richard Joseph speaks at the opening. David Willson, of Oamaru, admires settlers' portraits. David Willson, of Oamaru, admires settlers' portraits. David Willson, of Oamaru, admires settlers' portraits. Te Waipunahau Te Aika (6) and Rebekah Langsbury (12) pose near Josephine, a double-ended Fairlie steam locomotive. A display showing the Museum building and extensions. toituopening8071212_jpg_50c1834d47.jpg The distinctive arrow-shaped new entrance foyer. Humpty from former children's television programme Playschool. Inside the new foyer. Linda Wigley speaks. Toitu staff perform a waiata for Dot Page, left, at the opening. Linda Wegley receives flowers from Duneidn mayor Dave Cull. Toitu staff perform a waiata. The new entrance built in polished stone. Another view of the arrow-shaped extension. Toitu Otago Settlers Museum is officially opened after a two and a half year, $37 million upgrade and extension. Photos by Peter McIntosh and Craig Baxter; prints available from otagoimages.co.nz. Comment now Related Stories People: Floral show People: Art awards People: Ford car run People: Festival launch Henry Ford Celebration Car Run People: Opening night of 'Grease' People: Book launch of 'The Snow Farmer' People: Bannockburn Wine Map Launch People: Winter Ball People: Otago Medical Research Foundation lunch People: Duncan Laing biography book launch People: Otago School of Medical Sciences photographic competition More Add a Comment Login or register to post comments.