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He pārongo atu anōMaking of Scotts Road, Kahuterawa

Construction of Scotts Road, from the top of Kahuterawa Road and Scotts Road was carried out by the Dittmer brothers. Here they are fitting markers, to indicate the gradient for this particular section of road. 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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Clearing a slip on Scotts Road, Linton
Rock blast, Kahuterawa
Making of Scotts Road, Kahuterawa
Henry Dittmer transporting a wool bale
Building Dittmer House at Hill Top, Scotts Road, Linton
Dittmer brothers sawing timber, Kahuterawa
Spreading rock, Kahuterawa
H B Clapham Ltd Service Station, Queen Street
Palmerston North city bus fleet in The Square
Early Fire Engine
Wagonload of Wool Bales, Waituna West
Mobile Library, Palmerston North

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Manawatu
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circa 1920

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Palmerston North City Library

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Clearing a slip on Scotts Road, Linton
Rock blast, Kahuterawa
Making of Scotts Road, Kahuterawa
Henry Dittmer transporting a wool bale
Building Dittmer House at Hill Top, Scotts Road, Linton
Dittmer brothers sawing timber, Kahuterawa
Spreading rock, Kahuterawa
H B Clapham Ltd Service Station, Queen Street
Palmerston North city bus fleet in The Square
Early Fire Engine
Wagonload of Wool Bales, Waituna West
Mobile Library, Palmerston North

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