Barry Brickell

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Brickell in Dunedin, October 2013.

Ian Barry Brickell OBE (26 October 1935 – 23 January 2016), better known as Barry Brickell, was a New Zealand potter and conservationist. He was the founder and builder of the Driving Creek Railway in the Coromandel Peninsula, a popular tourist attraction. He was born in New Plymouth and grew up in Auckland.

Brickell died on 23 January 2016, aged 80.[1]

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  1. "Driving Creek's Barry Brickell dies". The New Zealand Herald. 24 January 2016. Retrieved 24 January 2016.