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  Davidson St is a short road connecting Gill St with Molesworth St. It appeared on the first detailed map of New Plymouth drawn by Frederic Carrington in 1842. Unlike
The foundation stone of this Anglican church was laid by Bishop Averill on November 30th, 1922 (St Andrew's Day) and opened and dedicated by him on June 28th, 1923. The church
  The naming of this cul-de-sac in Westown provided the opportunity to acknowledge both a long-established Taranaki family and a well- respected educator. Richard and Elizabeth Julian arrived in New
2017 View: By Hamish Crimp This attractive villa was constructed in 1909 for George Francis Robinson, with the architect being Frank Messenger. A permit was granted to Robinson on the
This grand two-storied villa was constructed for New Plymouth businessman Hal Goodacre and his family in 1899. Hal was the owner of sucessful New Plymouth firm "The Egmont Shoe and