Auckland History

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rollerskates: I remember roller skating while in Elementary school My Childhood Memories, Great Memories, Childhood Toys, School Memories, Family Memories, Oldies But Goodies, Ideas Conmemorativas, Event Ideas, Roller Derby

Hack and slash games our know through

Portal than binary games were funny here make but how to make armour in minecraft then mmorpgs top

Remember renting rollerskates at the roller rink. 90s Childhood, My Childhood Memories, Great Memories, School Memories, Retro Vintage, Vintage Toys, Vintage Stuff, Vintage Photos, Vintage Classics

September 1, 2008

A personal monthly photoblog about Tehran featuring photos taken using a camera phone.

NZ Telethon - sat up all night watching this cheesy garbage with it's D- list celebrities and bad singing. Top Tv Shows, Christchurch New Zealand, School Reunion, Kiwiana, My Childhood Memories, The Good Old Days, Back In The Day, Beauty And The Beast

Telethon - 1981 show | Television | NZ On Screen

Telethon - 1981 show - Telethon was a widely popular 24-hour live television spectacular aimed at securing donations from viewers for a charitable cause. The feel-good vibe of Telethon was infectious, appealing to both adults, kids (who were allowed to stay up in front of the telly) and willing celebs. This selection covers highlights from the 1981 Wellington Telethon (for International Year of the Disabled). Bob Parker, Selwyn Toogood, Ian Johnstone and host Peter Sinclair get goofy amongst…

Bill ✔️ 4 Four Square Store. And don't you love the mini Post Office in the bus shelter! New Zealand Landscape, State Of Arizona, Kiwiana, All Things New, Kids Growing Up, Beach Art, Childhood Memories, Early Childhood, Over The Years

New Zealand Grocergram – longwhitekid

Posts about New Zealand Grocergram written by longwhitekid

 Was instituted to pay for the then building of the Auckland Harbour Bridge, now dismantled as the bridge is now well & truly paid off Nz History, My Family History, New Zealand North, Auckland New Zealand, Nz Art, Kiwiana, Old Images, Contemporary Photographers, The Old Days

Auckland - Bridge Tolls. Was instituted to pay for the then building of the Auckland Harbour Bridge, now dismantled as the bridge is now well & truly paid off

Cover of the Pepperell album, a standard Olympic school exercise book. 1980s Childhood, My Childhood Memories, Exercise Book, Kiwiana, Time Capsule, School Days, New Zealand, Growing Up, Nostalgia

Foot-slogging in the desert

A corporal’s visual souvenir from the First World War.

New Zealand - Queen Street, Auckland - Pedestrians crossing the road in every direction on Queen Street New Zealand Cities, Visit New Zealand, Old Images, Old Photos, Nz History, Photo Record, Wellington New Zealand, Auckland New Zealand, Historical Pictures

Queen Street, Auckland (1974)

On the 21st of August 1958, Auckland became the first city in New Zealand to employ the ‘Barnes Dance’ style of pedestrian crossings. This system, named for American traffic engineer Henry A. Barnes, stops all vehicle traffic so that pedestrians can cross busy intersections in any direction at the same time. The Barnes Dance crossing system has become a feature of pedestrian traffic on Queen St in Auckland and Lambton Quay in Wellington, as well as other busy inner city streets…

 Loved going here with Mum on a Saturday, very interesting place. Auckland New Zealand, My Family History, Kiwiana, Old Images, My Memory, Old And New, My Childhood, 1970s, The Neighbourhood

Cook Street Markets, Auckland. Loved going here with Mum on a Saturday, very interesting place.

In 1908 laws were passed banning the sale of alcohol in electorates that voted for prohibition – these became no-licence areas. Corbans winery was located just inside the boundary of a no-licence area (marked by the railway). The family built a small . Hotel Sites, Anglican Church, Auckland New Zealand, Great North, Autumn Park, Memorial Museum, My Family History, Old Buildings, Old West

Selling wine by the no-licence boundary

In 1908 laws were passed banning the sale of alcohol in electorates that voted for prohibition – these became no-licence areas. Corbans winery was located just inside the boundary of a no-licence area (marked by the railway). The family built a small ...

Local History Online — Image Collections — Hotel Titirangi and signpost. Nz History, History Online, My Family History, Local History, Living In New Zealand, Old Images, Online Images, The Good Old Days, Auckland

Local History Online — Image Collections — Hotel Titirangi and signpost.

Hotel Titirangi and signpost.

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