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In the early part of the twentieth century, the predominant mode of transport from New Plymouth to other centres in New Zealand was coastal shipping. The pride of the run
  The Hawera Star building on the corner of Regent Street and Little Regent Street was built in 1912-13. It has been associated with the newspaper industry for over 100 years. In April
                                                          (Union Flour Mill is the first building on the right) The Union Flour Mill was located on the west-side of Queen Street, the third mill to be erected in New
37 Vivian St, New Plymouth
                                                              Image courtesy of Robyn Oliver. Please note the street number may not be accurate. This cottage is thought to have been located at the rear of the old Taranaki