This photograph shows the section of The Square between Broad Street (now Broadway Avenue) and Main Street East. On the left is the Collinson and Cunninghame building after the extensions had been made to the original site. This new extension gave the firm 113 feet of frontage on Broad Street, as well as an ornamental dome with the words "10 to 1 you'll get better value here". The domed building on the right is the former Chief Post Office, built in 1906. The building was later extended along Main Street, and the tower was removed after the 1942 Wairarapa earthquake, as it was considered unsafe. The clock and chimes were put into storage until reinstated in a clock tower in The Square, which was completed in 1957. In 1988, it ceased to be the Post Office. The building is now used as a restaurant and bar.