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Entrance to the Palmerston North central library

He pārongo atu anōEntrance to the Palmerston North central library

This entrance to the City Library is on The Square. The ramp leads up to the main doors into the library on the Mezzanine Floor. The library was opened in 1996, after the conversion of a former department store in a library. It was first built by the C M Ross Co. Ltd (Roscos) in 1927 to 1928. Athfield Architects were the architects for the library renovation.

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Entrance to the Palmerston North central library
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Entrance to the Palmerston North central library
Public Library, corner of The Square and Fitzherbert Avenue
House
Library atrium
Living Room of the City Stop Motion Photography Film
Palmerston North Public Library
History of Palmerston North City Library, 1879-1979
Public Library, corner of Fitzherbert Avenue  and The Square
Bernard Cox
Palmerston North Art Gallery, corner of Carroll and Grey Streets
Manawatu Art Gallery, corner of Grey and Carroll Streets
Palmerston North Art Gallery, corner of Carroll and Grey Streets

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The Square, Palmerston North
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November 7, 2019

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Ngā rauemi e whai pānga ana

Entrance to the Palmerston North central library
Public Library, corner of The Square and Fitzherbert Avenue
House
Library atrium
Living Room of the City Stop Motion Photography Film
Palmerston North Public Library
History of Palmerston North City Library, 1879-1979
Public Library, corner of Fitzherbert Avenue  and The Square
Bernard Cox
Palmerston North Art Gallery, corner of Carroll and Grey Streets
Manawatu Art Gallery, corner of Grey and Carroll Streets
Palmerston North Art Gallery, corner of Carroll and Grey Streets

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