Panmure and Basin, aerial, 1949; Whites Aviation; 9/02/1949; 2017.265.24

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Panmure and Basin, aerial, 1949

About this object

Aerial photo looking across the Tamaki River to Panmure showing part of the Pamure Bridge, extreme left. On the Panmure side are Bridge Street, Church Crescent, Queens Road which runs l -r up to Queens Hotel at the intersection of Kings Road, Riverview Road runs from front centre to intersect with Queens Road near the bridge. Allenby Road is left, parallel with Kings Road. Ireland Road is behind the Panmure Basin, running left to right, and Waipuna Road is left of the water. Also shows St Mathias' Church (centre) houses, market gardens and greenhouses. Camp Bunn is in the diastance, left. Note on back of previous photo - Note Sgt Ford's cottage and the Anglican Hall behind Allen's glasshouses. Tomatoes were a major crop. Whites Aviation WA-19317-F

Maker

Whites Aviation

Maker Role

Photographer

Date Made

9/02/1949

Measurements

21 x 16

Object Type

Print, Photographic

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Trees

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Rivers

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Bridges

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Roads

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Market gardens

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Greenhouses

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Aerial photographs

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Churches

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St. Matthias' Church (Panmure, Auckland, N.Z.)

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Tamaki River

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Panmure Basin

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Bridge Street, Panmure

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Queens Road

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Riverview Road

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Ireland Road

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Waipuna Road

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Camp Bunn

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Fencible Cottages

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Sergeant Ford's cottage

Named Collection

HHV

Object number

2017.265.24

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