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Three aircraft making smoke trails during an aerobatics display, opening of the New Plymouth Airport, Brown Road, New Plymouth. The photograph is taken looking directly into the sun, which has created a starburst shape on the right of the image. The new airport - which replaced the original airport opened in 1933 - became operational on 14 November 1966. However, it was officially opened by the Right Honorable Keith Holyoake, Prime Minister of New Zealand, on 4 March 1967. The opening featured a large display of aeroplanes, including commercial and specialist aerobatic craft.
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PHO2012-0260

Smoke trail from an aircraft made during an aerobatics display, opening of the New Plymouth Airport, Brown Road, New Plymouth. The immediate foreground features several spectators' heads and hats. The new airport - which replaced the original airport opened in 1933 - became operational on 14 November 1966. However, it was officially opened by the Right Honorable Keith Holyoake, Prime Minister of New Zealand, on 4 March 1967. The opening featured a large display of aeroplanes, including commercial and specialist aerobatic craft.
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PHO2012-0259

Crowd inspecting a Piper Pawnee B agricultural aircraft during the opening of the New Plymouth Airport, Brown Road, New Plymouth. An information sign about the aircraft is visible in front of the plane. People are also picnicking under the wing of the aircraft. The new airport - which replaced the original airport opened in 1933 - became operational on 14 November 1966. However, it was officially opened by the Right Honorable Keith Holyoake, Prime Minister of New Zealand, on 4 March 1967. The opening featured a large display of aeroplanes, including commercial and specialist aerobatic craft.
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PHO2012-0258

View of the crowd picnicking on the grass during the opening of the New Plymouth Airport, Brown Road, New Plymouth. The terminal building and control tower are visible in the background. The new airport - which replaced the original airport opened in 1933 - became operational on 14 November 1966. However, it was officially opened by the Right Honorable Keith Holyoake, Prime Minister of New Zealand, on 4 March 1967. The opening featured a large display of aeroplanes, including commercial and specialist aerobatic craft.
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PHO2012-0257

View of the New Plymouth Airport terminal building, Brown Road, New Plymouth, on opening day. Crowds of people are pictured on the outdoor viewing balcony and in front of the terminal. The propellor of an aircraft is visible in the foreground on the right of the image. The new airport - which replaced the original airport opened in 1933 - became operational on 14 November 1966. However, it was officially opened by the Right Honorable Keith Holyoake, Prime Minister of New Zealand, on 4 March 1967. The opening featured a large display of aeroplanes, including commercial and specialist aerobatic craft.
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PHO2012-0256

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

The New Borough Chambers building in Hawera.
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PHO2012-0199

The Tokaora Branch of the Hawera Co-op Dairy Company Ltd viewed from the Opunake-Hawera Road. The building reads that it was established in 1904 and rebuilt in 1935.
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PHO2012-0198

Riverdale Dairy factory viewed from the Opunake-Hawera Road.
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PHO2012-0197

The Kaupokonui Dairy factory viewed from the Opunake-Hawera Road.
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PHO2012-0196

Construction work on "Imperial Corner," the corner of Devon and Currie Streets.
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PHO2012-0195

The house on the corner of High and Collins Streets, Hawera where the Wyatt family was living when Caleb Wyatt was born on 21 July 1905.
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PHO2012-0191

A view of the Mokoia Dairy Factory, built by Mells Dairy Factory Company in 1904 and expanded in 1908. Mount Taranaki is visible in the distance.
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PHO2012-0190

A view of Niger House on Eliot Street, New Plymouth. Niger house was originally a private boarding house. In 1943 it became a New Plymouth Boys' High School hostel. It was demolished sometime between 1979 and 1980.
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PHO2012-0188

The White Hart Hotel, corner of Devon and Queen Streets, New Plymouth.
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PHO2012-0176

A view looking East up Devon Street from the intersection of Devon and Egmont Streets.
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PHO2012-0174

A view of the recently closed Criterion Hotel on Devon Street, New Plymouth.
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PHO2012-0173

A view of the former Millers Building on Devon Street, New Plymouth. Millers Building formerly housed the Empire Picture Theatre.
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PHO2012-0169

The old dairy factory in Maata, near Eltham. The building was once the Maata branch of the Eltham dairy Co-op.
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PHO2012-0166

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

View of construction on the former site of the Criterion Hotel, Devon Street, New Plymouth. The foundations of a new building are being laid.
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PHO2012-0148

View of the construction of the foundations for the Powderham Street car parking building. Currie Lane is visible on the upper left hand side of the photograph.
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PHO2012-0147

The former bowling green site on Courtenay Street, New Plymouth. It has been cleared to make way for the construction of a supermarket.
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PHO2012-0146
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