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A group of men responsible for the construction of Scotts Road, Linton. From left.Back: Henry Dittmer; Les Green; Herman Dittmer; William Dittmer. Sitting: Mr Walker, Engineer, Kairanga County Council (KCC). A Government grant enabled the road to be improved, and it was hoped to join Kahuterawa and Scotts Road. When the original contractor gave up it was taken over by Henry Dittmer and his sons, who farmed on Scotts Road, also known as Hill Top Road and Motu Rimu

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2008P_Li15_TEC_1755
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Working on Scotts Road
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Palmerston North
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1905 to 1908

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