02 Nov 30’s Throwback
You may remember some time back we shared some pictures of the Neuchatel Steam Roller which was more than 100 years old, and still chugging around the central North Island. Well now Darren, the owner of this magnificent beast, has shared some other Neuchatel artifacts with us.
There’s six photographs dated 1932 which illustrate Neuchatel’s repair works on the wharf at Barking Creek, UK (near where the floodgates are on the Thames River today). And also a 89-year-old letter of apprenticeship issued to Mr E Hughes, on Neuchatel letterhead.
It’s amazing to see how far Neuchatel has come in those 90-odd years, and yet how similar our role is today in waterproofing and road repairs.
For the last 100+ years Neuchatel has been protecting tens of thousands of surfaces from deterioration caused by heavy machinery and the elements. In this time they’ve refined their products and services to be more durable, environmentally friendly and affordable – especially for large scale projects. For more information, click the links above, or call us on 09 441 4595