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The $1.5 million Palmerston North sports stadium, called Arena Manawatu, was officially opened by Prince Charles 2 April 1981. At the time it was the largest clear-span building in the country, seating 3,500. It was designed by consulting engineers Bill Lobell Smith and Associates.

Identification

Object type
Image
Digitisation ID
2009P_Bm81_BUI_2721
Title
Manawatu Sports Stadium, Pascal Street
Relation
Public Photograph Collection bm 81
Held In
Coolstore
Archive
Pascal Street, Palmerston North

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Creation

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Place
61 Pascal Street, Palmerston North
Date
1981

Object rights

Credit Line
Manawatu Evening Standard

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