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Broadway Cycles was situated in Broadway Avenue beside the Opera House Service Station (Seen here on the left). The business was owned by Des Jones and Frank Manning who ran the same business from a small shop in the Manawatu Daily Times building. The business was moved to the premises shown in the photograph in 1962 when Hopwoods took over that building. Frank Manning later became a partner in Manning and Watkins in Marne Street, then in Rangitikei Street.

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Object type
Image
Archive
R.W. Tnorrold-Jaggard
Relation
Public Collection Bc 349, R.W. Thorrold-Jaggard Archive
Date
circa 1965
Digitisation ID
2014P_Bc349_009609
Format
B&W print
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Community Archives

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Broadway Avenue, Palmerston North

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bicycles,
broadway avenue,
retail,
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