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2017 View: By Hamish Crimp This attractive transitional style villa was likely constructed around 1909 for New Plymouth architect Horace Victor Griffiths and his family. Griffiths first appears as living
  This cottage is thought to have been built about 1870 by Edwin Perry, a carpenter and cabinetmaker on a section selected by his father who had arrived on the
  The Taranaki Herald reported on 7 March 1957 that this small building in Urenui may have a claim to be the, " smallest bank building in New Zealand". For years it
   New Plymouth's first airport was located on Te Arei Road in Bell Block and was officially opened by his Excellency the Governor-General Lord Galway on Saturday, 21 March, 1936.
The Hirst family build the parents home (now off Cameron St) and five homes for the children in Pendarves Street, New Plymouth. Called the 'hen' and 'chickens', build in a