Palmerston North City Heritage Trail
Manawatu Gorge - Eastern Entrance is one of Palmerston North City Heritage Trail.

1. Manawatu Gorge - Eastern Entrance

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Palmerston North City a.Palmerston North City and Manawatu: This road was surveyed in 1870 and the construction of it later was difficult and dangerous. Much of the roadway was hewn or blasted out of solid rock. It cost 5,000 pounds.

Palmerston North Airport (PMR) is one of Palmerston North City Heritage Trail.

2. Palmerston North Airport (PMR)

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Terminal Access Rd. (Airport Dr.), Palmerston North, Manawatu-Wanganui
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Palmerston North City a.Palmerston North City and Manawatu: The first aeroplane to visit Palmerston North landed in a farm paddock on the corner of Gillespies Line and Tremaine Avenue on 31st July 1920. Image courtesy of Ian Matheson City Archives.

Caccia Birch House is one of Palmerston North City Heritage Trail.

3. Caccia Birch House

130 Te Awe Awe St., Palmerston North, Manawatu
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Palmerston North City a.Palmerston North City and Manawatu: Built in 1892 for Jacob Nannestad and his wife Anna. Nannestad was a Norwegian who had established a sawmilling business nearby. Image courtesy of Ian Matheson City Archives.

Anzac Park (Pork Chop Hill) is one of Palmerston North City Heritage Trail.

4. Anzac Park (Pork Chop Hill)

Cliff Rd, Palmerston North, Manawatu-Wanganui
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Palmerston North City a.Palmerston North City and Manawatu: This was the site of a Rangitane pa called Te Motu-a-Poutoa. Anzac Park was established during WWI. Image courtesy of Ian Matheson City Archives.

The Square is one of Palmerston North City Heritage Trail.

5. The Square

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The Sq., Palmerston North, Manawatu-Wanganui
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Palmerston North City a.Palmerston North City and Manawatu: The township of Palmerston was named after a British statesman and came into existence on 3rd Oct 1866.The main trunk line used to run through The Square. Image courtesy of Ian Matheson City Archives.