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He pārongo atu anōAerial view of Showgrounds, Pascal Street

In 1886 the Government gifted 9.5 acres of land in Cuba Street to the Manawatu and West Coast Agricultural and Pastoral Association, and the first Palmerston North A & P show was held in that year at the newly formed Showgrounds. In 1973 the Grounds were transferred to the Palmerston North City Council and since then have been administered by a Trust. This photograph was taken before May 1977, as on that date the cattle pavilion, top centre of photograph was destroyed by fire. Pascal Street is on the left.

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2009P_Bm74_BUI_2719
Ingoa
Aerial view of Showgrounds, Pascal Street
Pākanga
Public Photograph Collection Bm 74
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Aerial view of Showgrounds, Pascal Street
"An Attractive Foursome" Showjumping teams at A&P Show
Longburn Freezing Works
Engine Room, Longburn Freezing Works
Repairing wing of Kingsford Smith's 'Southern Cross' aircraft
Crowd in grandstand at Agricultural and Pastoral Association show.
Three women in period costume, clebrating the 75th jubilee
Artificial Breeding Centre, Awahuri
"A Crowd Early in the Day" A&P Show
"Game Bantam Keeps Judges at a Distance"
Jersey herd grazing, Whakarongo
Cows walking along a race, Kairanga

Hanganga

Te kaihanga
Te wāhi
The Showgrounds, Corner of Pascal and Cuba Street, Palmerston North
Te rā
circa 1970 to circa 1979

Te manatārua

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Manawatu Evening Standard

Pūnaha whakarōpū

Tūtohu Hapori

Tuku kōrero mai mō te whakararu

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Aerial view of Showgrounds, Pascal Street
"An Attractive Foursome" Showjumping teams at A&P Show
Longburn Freezing Works
Engine Room, Longburn Freezing Works
Repairing wing of Kingsford Smith's 'Southern Cross' aircraft
Crowd in grandstand at Agricultural and Pastoral Association show.
Three women in period costume, clebrating the 75th jubilee
Artificial Breeding Centre, Awahuri
"A Crowd Early in the Day" A&P Show
"Game Bantam Keeps Judges at a Distance"
Jersey herd grazing, Whakarongo
Cows walking along a race, Kairanga

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