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The machinery collection at Patea Museum.
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PHO2012-0219

The machinery collection at Patea Museum.
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PHO2012-0218

The machinery collection at Patea Museum.
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PHO2012-0217

A foot bridge extends from near the Tasman Hotel on St Aubyn Street and over the railway line on New Plymouth foreshore. There is a train passing under the bridge. The large light-coloured building on the left hand side of the photograph is Richmond Estate.
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PHO2012-0189

View of a hay shed on W. H. Barnard's property, Mangati Road, Bell Block. The chassis of the No. 1 Tram has been used to hold up the roof.
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PHO2012-0164

Group of six woman and one man at the Arthiritis and Rheumatism Foundation Mystery Bus Trip to Lake Mangamahoe.
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PHO2012-0158

View of buildings, industrial area, road and railway lines along New Plymouth waterfront.
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PHO2012-0137

View of buildings, industrial area and road along the waterfront at the bottom of Brougham Street, New Plymouth. The War Memorial Hall (now Puke Ariki Library) is visible towards the back of the photograph.
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PHO2012-0136

View of a bridge over the Ararata Stream on the Tiplings' farm, Mangawhero Road, Maata, Eltham. The bridge is made from the chasis of the former No. 9 New Plymouth tram. The tram was formerly the property of the New Plymouth Tramways Company. In July 1954 New Plymouth Tramways decommissioned all trams from service and all trams were eventually sold auction. The man in the photograph is Mr. William (Bill) Reader, manager of the Tiplings' farm. The Tipling farm formerly belonged to the Wills.
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PHO2012-0132

View of a bridge over the Ararata Stream on the Tiplings' farm, Mangawhero Road, Maata, Eltham. The bridge is made from the chasis of the former No. 9 New Plymouth tram. The tram was formerly the property of the New Plymouth Tramways Company. In July 1954 New Plymouth Tramways decommissioned all trams from service and all trams were eventually sold auction. The man in the photograph is Mr. William (Bill) Reader, manager of the Tiplings' farm. The Tipling farm formerly belonged to the Wills.
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PHO2012-0131

A crowd gathered to look at the floats that took part in the 1968 Lions Christmas Parade.
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PHO2011-2188

A crowd gathered to look at the floats that took part in the 1968 Lions Christmas Parade.
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PHO2011-2187

A group of men dressed as the Flintstones posed with the 'Flintmobile' one of the floats that took part in the 1968 Lions Christmas Parade.
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PHO2011-2186

A person in costume driving the 'Flintstones' mobile at the 1968 Lions Christmas Parade.
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PHO2011-2185

A group of children looking at the 'Flintstones' mobile at the 1968 Lions Christmas Parade.
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PHO2011-2184

A crowd gathered to look at the floats that took part in the 1968 Lions Christmas Parade.
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PHO2011-2183

A crowd gathered to look at the floats that took part in the 1968 Lions Christmas Parade.
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PHO2011-2182

A crowd gathered to look at the floats that took part in the 1968 Lions Christmas Parade.
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PHO2011-2181

A group of people standing in traditional Maori dress in a waka, as part of the 1968 Lions Christmas Parade.
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PHO2011-2180

A group of people standing in traditional Maori dress in a waka, as part of the 1968 Lions Christmas Parade.
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PHO2011-2179

A group of people standing in traditional Maori dress in a waka, as part of the 1968 Lions Christmas Parade.
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PHO2011-2178

A crowd dispersing after the 1968 Lions Christmas Parade.
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PHO2011-2177

A 'Flintstones' mobile, part of the 1968 Lions Christmas Parade. A crowd lines the street watching the parade.
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PHO2011-2176

A float on Devon Street during the 1968 Lions Christmas Parade. The crowd lines the street.
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PHO2011-2175

A float on Devon Street during the 1968 Lions Christmas Parade. The crowd lines the street.
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PHO2011-2174
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