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Charlie Blackburn, was a builder before becoming a taxi driver, one of the first, in Palmerston North in 1910. He is pictured in his cab outside the first St Peter's Anglican Church in Ruahine Street.

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2007N_Ca11_TRA_0729
Title
Charlie Blackburn in his taxi, Ruahine Street
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Corner of Ruahine Street and Broadway Avenue, Palmerston North
Date
circa 1920 to circa 1929

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Palmerston North City Library

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