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This Kete records some of the many heritage sites and historic features in Taranaki.

Here are to be found plaques and sites recalling prominent members of our communities, significant events or technological innovations of the time.

Extra information on each site may be included in the attached Documents, Topics or Weblinks.

 

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New Plymouth Railway Station c1905 (Puke Ariki collection).
  Puke Ariki volunteer, David Harrop, has researched New Plymouth's railway history: the original line and why it was moved in
Mill Road Bridge 2017.
2017 View: By Hamish Crimp This bridge over the Huatoki Stream on New Plymouth's Mill Road was constructed for the
Uria Stream Tunnel 2018.
The tunnel runs below the inner Te Henui Cemetery entrance gates, with the large London Plane tree at the left
Ani Heta's Grave 2018.
2018 view of grave site/urupa: By Hamish Crimp The small parcel of land containing the grave of Ani Heta (and
This culvert was constructed over the Mangaotuku Stream in 1912 by the New Plymouth Borough Council
Belt Road Culvert 2017.
This concrete culvert was constructed over the Mangaotuku Stream in 1912.
S.S. Wanaka Boiler Bell Block 2017.
S.S. Wanaka boiler on Puketapu Reef, Bell Block Beach, November 2017: By Hamish Crimp The 491 ton S.S. Wanaka was
Scotland's Hostel Entrance Gates 2017.
2017 View: By Hamish Crimp Although the exact construction date is currently unknown, they may have been constructed around 1928
Park Tennis and Croquet Club Site 2017.
2017 view of steps and low retaining wall - these were regrettably removed in May 2018 In June 1910 the
Railway retaining wall 2017.
                                by Hamish Crimp This
Fitzroy's Pole.
Intersection Devon Road and Smart Road, Waiwhakaiho, New Plymouth
Regina Place retaining wall (2) 2017.
2017 View: By Hamish Crimp This wall is the largest surviving retaining wall constructed from Taranaki andesite in New Plymouth,
Retaining Wall, 33 Belt Road, 2017.
2017 View: By Hamish Crimp This retaining wall constructed of local Taranaki andesite was probably constructed in the 1890s, around
St Mary's Retaining Wall and Fence 2017.
2017 View: By Hamish Crimp This concrete retaining wall and small iron fence was constructed in 1901 following the lowering
Retaining Wall, 17 Vivian Street, 2017.
2017 View: By Hamish Crimp This retaining wall constructed of large blocks of Taranaki andesite probably dates to the late
Retaining Wall and Wrought Iron Fence, 11 Vivian Street, 2017.
2017 View: By Hamish Crimp This retaining wall constructed of Taranaki andesite, with a low wrought iron fence, is the
Retaining Wall, 29 Barrett Street, 2017.
2017 View: By Hamish Crimp This large retaining wall was probably constructed sometime in the 1910s, although the original home
Retaining Wall (2), 15 Ronald Street, 2017.
2017 View: By Hamish Crimp This retaining wall is built from either solid concrete or concrete block, and was constructed
Retaining Wall and Fence, 1 Short Lane, 2017.
2017 View: By Hamish Crimp This concrete retaining wall was probably constructed in the early 1900s - the original home
1890 Pukekura entrance gates, 2017.
2017 View: By Hamish Crimp Originally located at the main park entrance on Liardet Street, these gates were shifted to
New Plymouth Racecourse Concrete Lamp Standard Two, 2017.
The history of these two concrete lamp standards is unknown, however they are thought to have been constructed around the
1616 Mountain Road.
                    (1616 Mountain Rd)                                         (1 Tawa St) P.G.Nops Reserve, located at the southern entrance to Inglewood, also includes
Queen Street c1872-73.
                                                          (Union Flour Mill is the first building on the right) The Union Flour Mill was located on the
Mount Pleasant.
  Located on SH3 at Brixton, Mount Pleasant homestead and the distinctive brick wall at the roadside have been local landmarks for
Drinking Fountain.
Page St Playground, Stratford

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