New Zealand Roads - NZ 27
All photos were taken southbound.
Past Mangarawa Rd. in Patetonga.
A beautiful Auburn spied in Matamata. The only reason it's in such good shape is because gas prices are too expensive in New Zealand to put on mileage.
You know from the sign that this Matamata crossing is ancient. The new scheme for striping poles is horizontal bands of red instead of a spiral.
Although I'm on NZ 27, New Zealand usually doesn't acknowledge multiplexes, so because NZ 29 is the through route, NZ 27 technically does not exist for 60 m as it jogs east.
NZ 27 Non-Roads
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