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A circa 1870s New Plymouth cottage
This building constructed of Taranaki andesite was erected in 1845. When Bishop Selwyn visited New Plymouth in 1842 he chose the sites for St Mary's Church and Holy Trinity Church.
2017 View: By Hamish Crimp This home was constructed by/for Benjamin Tooke in late 1879 or early 1880 - it was originally located on neighbouring Town Section 1616, and fronted
The cottage is currently in a neglected state and faces an uncertain future This cottage is was constructed by/for Thomas Langman about 1860. A newspaper advertisement from September 1866 lists
New Plymouth Prison was the country's oldest operational prison until its closure in 2013.  The prison has evolved from its early beginnings in the 1850s as a wooden military hospital located on Pukaka