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He pārongo atu anōBuildings to be demolished in Rangitikei Street

The buildings to be demolished were, from left, Fowler Motor Garage, ANZ Bank and the Cooper Rapley building. Behind, as seen, Fridge Heat, formerly Barraud and Abraham’s premises on Taonui Street, was also to be demolished. The demolition was carried out to allow for the extension of Grey Street through to Taonui Street.

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Buildings to be demolished in Rangitikei Street
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Public Photograph Collection Bc128
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Coolstore

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Buildings to be demolished in Rangitikei Street
View of Second All Saints Church and beyond
Phoenix House, corner of Grey and Rangititkei Streets
William Bentley Draper, W. Park Bookseller, and R. Leary Chemist shops, The Square
View of Church Street, from the Telecom Tower
View of Palmerston North from Telecom Tower
View of The Square and Railway Land from the Telecom Tower
Golden Tulip Bakery, Broadway
Businesses in The Square
State Fire Insurance building, 73 Rangitikei Street
Shops
Central City, Palmerston North - Looking East

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Te kaihanga
Te wāhi
Palmerston North
Te rā
April 29, 1977

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Manawatu Evening Standard

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Buildings to be demolished in Rangitikei Street
View of Second All Saints Church and beyond
Phoenix House, corner of Grey and Rangititkei Streets
William Bentley Draper, W. Park Bookseller, and R. Leary Chemist shops, The Square
View of Church Street, from the Telecom Tower
View of Palmerston North from Telecom Tower
View of The Square and Railway Land from the Telecom Tower
Golden Tulip Bakery, Broadway
Businesses in The Square
State Fire Insurance building, 73 Rangitikei Street
Shops
Central City, Palmerston North - Looking East

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