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  Darwin Crescent in Spotswood is named for the famous English naturalist Charles Darwin. Not that he ever visited the city - he did spend Christmas of 1835 in the
Located on the northern slopes of Mt. Moturoa, the residents of Findlay Street enjoy some of the most panoramic views in New Plymouth. This Port View subdivision was first intended
   Penrith Street is located between Clawton Street and the Waimea stream in Westown, an area subdivided by Mr C.W.H Frank in the late 1950s. As is common, it was
  Kenmore Street is part of the Westown subdivision which featured in an earlier word on the street. This block of land near Clawton Street was developed in the early 1960s
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.