Here are my sketches from the day:
Starting off fresh, I went straight into a high detail one. This is, I believe, to be a 1950's train engine.
Then, running out of time and almost time for a lunchtime meetup, I did one more of the railyard:
After that, we sketched the outside of the Marae in Waitara. These carvings can be described as New Zealand totem poles.
Before heading home to New Plymouth, the 'survivors' did 'one more for the road'. I sort of chose this one since the building is slightly old timey. More importantly, I chose this one for the novelty of being able to rent a movie and get takeaways (take-out fast food) at the same place. With digital downloads taking over, this will never catch on, but how come this wasn't totally normal and common, say 10 or 20 years ago?