Most of the original settlers of Otago in 1848 had sailed on the Philip Laing from Greenock on the River Clyde in Scotland. The long journey began with a trip overland or by local ferry, as in this painting, where pioneers are boarding a small vessel on Loch Goil to travel down to Greenock.
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