As rail linked New Zealand's population centres, regular interprovincial sporting events became possible. This map shows New Zealand's railway lines in 1905. Most had been built over the previous 30 years.
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Source: James Watson, Links: a history of transport and New Zealand society. Wellington: Ministry of Transport, 1996, pp. 103, 175–176