Having finished drawing the maps of this route here are some maps of different areas to finish this series of posts. Some of these have minor errors in them that have been corrected in the maps but I haven't regenerated these images.
This is Ngakawau, the terminus of the Stillwater Ngakawau Line. This started out as a station 2/3rds of the distance from Westport to Seddonville (the distance shown is the distance on the Seddonville Branch) but has become now the end of the SNL. The bridge that until 1981 took the line across the Ngakawau River to Seddonville can be seen. This was built and used as a combined road and rail bridge until some time in the 1930s. Where the line ends is where the Charming Creek walkway starts. We can also see where the Stockton tramway started and went through a tunnel as it climbed up the hill. Unlike the incline at Millerton which was a rope road with an endless cable that hauled the coal skips down to the Granity station, the Stockton tramway was a normal rail line (narrow gauge) hauled by electric locomotives with overhead collection poles. It was used until the 1950s when the aerial cableway was put in.