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Now part of the Downtown Arcade, this large two-storied reinforced concrete building was originally constructed in 1922 as a bakery for W. C. Phillips Esq. The building was designed by
by Hamish Crimp This circa 1920s-30s reinforced concrete building housed the firm Cawthray Motors, who can be seen occupying the building in a 1940 photograph taken by Fred Butler. The
  Hoyle Place, near Sanders Park in Westown, was once known as Bracken Street. Unsurprisingly, there was always a bit of confusion about the northern and southern – upper and
   New Plymouth's first Baptist Church (or Chapel as it was first known as) was erected on the corner of Liardet and Gill Streets in 1868. A brief report in the
  Bracken St is home to arguably New Plymouth's most distinctive historic residence. The large house with its striking turret sits proudly on your right as you drive up Cutfield