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Plaque erected to commemorate the widening of the Manwatū Gorge Road, between 1921 - 1926. This plaque sits at the Ashhurst end, near the beginning of the former road that ran through the Gorge, and can still be viewed on foot.

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2021P_IMCA-DigitalArchive_ 034704
Title
Plaque in Te Āpiti - Manawatū Gorge
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IMCA Digital Archive
Format
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IMCA Digital Archive
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Te Āpiti - Manawatū Gorge
Date
May 5, 2021

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Ian Matheson City Archives

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