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He pārongo atu anōRailway Social Hall, Church Street

This building was constructed in 1880 as the first Masonic Lodge Temple for the United Manawatu Lodge at a cost of £365. It originally stood in Main Street West, near George Street and was removed to its Church Street site in 1892, when the Railway Department purchased the site for the expansion of the railway yards in Main Street. The building served as a Social Hall for railway employees until about 1970, when its dilapidated condition led to its closure. It was the last of the railway buildings in the central city to be demolished, its demolition taking place during July and August, 1972.

Tautuhi

Momo rauemi
Image
Tautuhi matihiko
2008N_Hl4_BUI_1732
Ingoa
Railway Social Hall, Church Street
Pākanga
Public Photograph Collection
E puritia ana ki
Coolstore

Ngā rauemi e whai pānga ana

Snelson Residence
Nurses accomodation at Palmerston North Public Hospital
Administration Building, Palmerston North Public Hospital
23 Taonui Street
Railway Social Hall, Church Street
7 Heatley Avenue, Palmerston North
View of Lagoon from Woodhey
Te Manawa Art Gallery,
39 and 41 Elmira Avenue
Maori trough, Manawatu Museum, Church Street
Hall construction
Ambassador Hotel, corner of Broadway and Victoria Avenue

Hanganga

Te kaihanga
Te rā
1970

Te manatārua

Pūnaha whakarōpū

Tūtohu Hapori

Tuku kōrero mai mō te whakararu

Ngā rauemi e whai pānga ana

Snelson Residence
Nurses accomodation at Palmerston North Public Hospital
Administration Building, Palmerston North Public Hospital
23 Taonui Street
Railway Social Hall, Church Street
7 Heatley Avenue, Palmerston North
View of Lagoon from Woodhey
Te Manawa Art Gallery,
39 and 41 Elmira Avenue
Maori trough, Manawatu Museum, Church Street
Hall construction
Ambassador Hotel, corner of Broadway and Victoria Avenue

Ngā pito kōrero a te hunga toro mai