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8 ] New streets emerged when the country was divided; David was always "warm-heartedly associated with the marine and marine affairs", which could account for his selection of street names: Cotele, the early Vectorian home of Burns, was substituted around 1900 by a two-storey Edwardian Arts & Crafts family.
During the 1930s, one-storey stores were erected in the forecourt of the building. From Symonds Street until it burned down in 1995, the timber building was overlooked. This was suggested to be the entrance to the new subway station, but in 2014 it was declared that Newton station should be removed from the Central Rail Link (CRL).
Coronation Orange Ballroom . 13 ] Situated at the upper end of Newton Road, the orange is an interesting jewel of inter-war Neoclassicism. This orange was made in 1923 by the Auckland Orange Hall Society, a subsidiary of the Protestant Church in Auckland, Ireland. Until 1987 it hosted dancing and socializing.
14 ] His springy dancing surface is still considered one of the best in Auckland. Bldgs Pierce - corner of Symonds and Khyber Pass Roads. Group of bricks from retailer around 1912 for Eleanor Piece, the wife of George Patrick Pierce, who passed away in 1891.
He was the head of the local burial chamber. mrs. Pierce passed away in 1912. Grafton Public Library - 2 Mt Eden Road Edward Bartley's 1917 neoclassic edifice. It was the first arm of the Auckland Public Library System - it was shut down in the early 90s and later became a pub named Galbraith's.
Inflating pumping-4 Mt Eden Road. Donner's first major project for Auckland City Council was this ferroconcrete pump unit, which supplied Mt. Mt Eden Baptist Church - 8 Mt Eden Road. Gothic wooden church from the early 20. c...
Photos of Eden Terrace in the Auckland Libraries collection.