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He pārongo atu anōBarbed wire at the Showgrounds

This image was taken (but not used) for a story that ran in The Manawatu Evening Standard on 01 August 1981. Barbed wire was erected around the Showgrounds and barricades blocked parts of Cuba Street in anticipation of anti-Apartheid and anti-Springbok Tour protests during the rugby match played between the Springboks and Manawatū on 1 August 1981.

Army engineers from Linton camp erected barbed wire (made of three coils stacked in pyramid formation, held in place by stakes) under the cover of darkness the night before as a training exercise. They ran some 400 meters from Waldegrave Street to Pascal street.

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Barbed wire at the Showgrounds
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Barbed wire at the Showgrounds
Barbed wire at the Showgrounds
Barbed wire at the Showgrounds
Barbed wire at the Showgrounds
Barbed wire at the Showgrounds
Barbed wire at the Showgrounds
Barbed wire at the Showgrounds
Container Rubbish bin barricades
Queue for the game outside Showgrounds fenceline.
Container Rubbish bin barricades
Police guard Showground gate
Police guard Showground gate

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Palmerston North
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August 1, 1981

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Barbed wire at the Showgrounds
Barbed wire at the Showgrounds
Barbed wire at the Showgrounds
Barbed wire at the Showgrounds
Barbed wire at the Showgrounds
Barbed wire at the Showgrounds
Barbed wire at the Showgrounds
Container Rubbish bin barricades
Queue for the game outside Showgrounds fenceline.
Container Rubbish bin barricades
Police guard Showground gate
Police guard Showground gate

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