Thanks for your comments. For me it's enriching to empathize in such events and trying to implement them in FS9 as best as possible. Furthermore it still keeps vintage and classic flying alive. In a certain way it also will be a kind of paying hommage to all who have contributed during the last decades. Sadly that some of them have gone away.
Dunno how many photos might exist of the service Bernard has re-enacted in FS, but, digging into historical records I found the following images that relate to the B314 CLIPPER's stopover at Mechanics Bay, Auckland, New Zealand just prior to the outbreak of WW2 (although one or 2 may also relate to later post war vists too) ....
Mark C AKL/NZ
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It "is" .... it's the AKL War Memorial Museum/Cenotaph.
It's more of "an AKL based and public national/historical archive" (today) than just a war memorial and cenotaph alone.
I'm not sure it can be seen "as prominently" today (it can still be seen though) from that very same Waitemata Harbor based vantage point given the extent to which local vegetation and the city scape itself have both grown/developed over the years since these images were taken.