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This photograph shows the Railway Hall on Church Street West. This building was constructed in 1880 as the first Masonic Lodge Temple for the United Manawatu Lodge at a cost of £365. It originally stood in Main Street West, near George Street and was removed to its Church Street site in 1892, when the Railway Department purchased the site for the expansion of the railway yards in Main Street. The building served as a Social Hall for railway employees until about 1970, when its dilapidated condition led to its closure. It was the last of the railway buildings in the central city to be demolished, its demolition taking place during July and August, 1972. Note the glimpse of the railway goods shed on the left.

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Railway Hall
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Public Photograph Collection R 55
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Railway Hall
Derailment of train in the Manawatu Gorge
Palmerston North Railway Station office
Palmerston North Railway Station
Offical opening of the Milson Railway Deviation, Longburn
Passenger trains at Palmerston North Railway Station
Longburn Station and Yards
R Nairne, Railway Traffic Foreman
Shunting yards of Palmerston North Railway Station
Steam Train on Main Street, Palmerston North, c. 1950
Palmerston North Railway Station and yards
Flag Station at Kereru

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Palmerston North
Te rā
1965

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Palmerston North Libraries and Community Services

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Railway Hall
Derailment of train in the Manawatu Gorge
Palmerston North Railway Station office
Palmerston North Railway Station
Offical opening of the Milson Railway Deviation, Longburn
Passenger trains at Palmerston North Railway Station
Longburn Station and Yards
R Nairne, Railway Traffic Foreman
Shunting yards of Palmerston North Railway Station
Steam Train on Main Street, Palmerston North, c. 1950
Palmerston North Railway Station and yards
Flag Station at Kereru

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