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This unassuming two-storied building is one of New Plymouth's oldest commercial buildings, constructed in 1880 for prominent citizen and later Mayor of New Plymouth, Richard Cock Jnr. The building was
Originally the New Plymouth Technical School, this building was designed by prominent New Plymouth architect James Sanderson, and has played an important role in the education of New Plymouth's citizens
This large concrete building was constructed in 1916-17 for the Taranaki Education Board
This picturesque villa was designed by architect John Arthur Maisey for G. H. McGahey in 1901. It is probably one of Maisey's earliest commissions in New Plymouth, and utilises a
This home was designed by notable New Plymouth architect Frank Messenger for Mrs Henry Gray, and constructed in mid-late 1907.