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He pārongo atu anōPower: Electrical Supply to the Manawatu

Colin Rush, the author, was involved in the Electrical Industry from 1952. He began at Hayward’s sub-station, was then employed as a cadet, and worked in the engineering work-shop. After being called up for Compulsory Military Training he left the State Hydro Department and joined the electrical firm of J. Lennon Ltd. as an apprentice. After fifteen years working on various building sites, he joined the Manawatū-Oroua Electrical Power Board (MOEPB) as a Fault-man/Operator and over the next twenty years became the Board’s Safety Officer, Electrical Inspector, Staff Officer, and Training Officer. This collation of information was published with the help of the Palmerston North Historical Society

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Power: Electrical Supply to the Manawatu
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Te kaihanga
Te wāhi
Manawatu
Te rā
2013

Te manatārua

Ngā whakamihi
Palmerston North City Library

Pūnaha whakarōpū

Tūtohu Hapori

Tuku kōrero mai mō te whakararu

Ngā rauemi e whai pānga ana

Power: Electrical Supply to the Manawatu
Construction of Gasworks
‘Mather Papers: Horses’
Lecture Notes: "Rangitikei Street"
Lecture Notes: "Cuba Street’"
The Houses of Massey
Brief history of the Establishment of Palmerston North
A Brief History of Palmerston North
Palmerston North War Memorial
Palmerston North: A Centennial History
Historic Places in Palmerston North
Russell Street – Brian Mather Historical Lectures

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