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He pārongo atu anōGlasshouse at Manawatu Vineries, College Street

John Nairn established his market garden business at the end of College Street, as it was then, in 1893. In all seven glass houses and other buildings were built over the years. The family business largely grew tomatoes, cucumbers and grapes. The business was demolished in 1958, to make way for residential growth in the Awapuni area. Shown in this photograph is the potting shed far left and the Vinery in the foreground.

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Glasshouse at Manawatu Vineries, College Street
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Public Photograph Collection Bur 341b
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Glasshouse at Manawatu Vineries, College Street
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Nairn market garden, College Street
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Nairn market garden, College Street
Manawatu Vineries glass houses, College Street

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Te kaihanga
Te wāhi
Palmerston North
Te rā
1930 to 1948

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Glasshouse at Manawatu Vineries, College Street
Hodder and Tolley Ltd, Rangitikei Street
Nairn market garden, College Street
Manawatu Vineries, College Street
Baled hay outside Whittaker's wool shed
Grapes growing in Manawatu Vineries glass house
Nairn market garden, College Street
Saunders' wool shed, Glen Oroua
Stills' farm, Kimbolton
'Willowbank' farm, Fitzherbert
Nairn market garden, College Street
Manawatu Vineries glass houses, College Street

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