Semadeni House in Longbush Rd, Te Atatu was completed c.1911 by Edward Adam Semadeni (1870-1931). The Heritage listed villa overlooks the Harbourview-Orangihina Reserve. It has been restored. Read more at http://www.waitakere.govt.nz/abtcnl/ct/pdf/prjctsspecl2005/020205att3.pdf

Semadeni House in Longbush Rd, Te Atatu was completed c.1911 by Edward Adam Semadeni (1870-1931). The Heritage listed villa overlooks the Harbourview-Orangihina Reserve. It has been restored. Read more at http://www.waitakere.govt.nz/abtcnl/ct/pdf/prjctsspecl2005/020205att3.pdf

The store at Te Atatu Peninsula. By the 1930s there were about 50 houses on the peninsula and along with a hall, a school and the church there was a general store with Post Office facilities and a petrol pump. "The first post office for Te Atatu was opened on 1st July 1907 as an agency... In June 1955 a small wooden building was constructed... It was used until 1961 when post office operations were moved to leased accommodation. The 1955 building was then moved to East Tamaki." : I. Clulee.

The store at Te Atatu Peninsula. By the 1930s there were about 50 houses on the peninsula and along with a hall, a school and the church there was a general store with Post Office facilities and a petrol pump. "The first post office for Te Atatu was opened on 1st July 1907 as an agency... In June 1955 a small wooden building was constructed... It was used until 1961 when post office operations were moved to leased accommodation. The 1955 building was then moved to East Tamaki." : I. Clulee.

1955. Ramlea Park Estate subdivision (right) at Te Atatu Peninsula, Auckland. Showing the house built on the farm of John Thomas c1909, on what is now Barberry Lane. The Pedrotti family also owned the house. Hec E. Ramsey subdivided the land and developed sections along Taikata Rd, River Rd, Peachgrove and Yeovil Roads and Springbank Lane. Read more about this area and see a subdivision map in the book Te Atatu Me.

Te Atatu, Auckland, including Te Atatu Road and Ranley Park Estate

Map of Te Atatu Peninsula. 1921. http://www.aucklandcity.govt.nz/dbtw-wpd/exec/dbtwpub.dll?BU=http://www.aucklandcity.govt.nz/dbtw-wpd/HeritageImages/index.htm&AC=QBE_QUERY&TN=heritageimages&QF0=ID&NP=2&RF=HIORecordSearch&MR=5&QI0=%3D%22NZ%20Map%2020%22

Map of Te Atatu Peninsula. 1921. http://www.aucklandcity.govt.nz/dbtw-wpd/exec/dbtwpub.dll?BU=http://www.aucklandcity.govt.nz/dbtw-wpd/HeritageImages/index.htm&AC=QBE_QUERY&TN=heritageimages&QF0=ID&NP=2&RF=HIORecordSearch&MR=5&QI0=%3D%22NZ%20Map%2020%22

1960 Aerial view showing Henderson Creek and Lawson Creek at top of photo. Colwill Rd ends on the opposite side of the Creek from Wharf Rd, Te Atatu Peninsula (top left) Photo: Te Atatu Peninsula Business Association

1960 Aerial view showing Henderson Creek and Lawson Creek at top of photo. Colwill Rd ends on the opposite side of the Creek from Wharf Rd, Te Atatu Peninsula (top left) Photo: Te Atatu Peninsula Business Association

1973. Te Atatu North Community Centre (left) 'Food Centre' grocery in front. Post Office (right) opened 10 Nov 1971, a single storey 350 sq. m. brick building. NZ Post later sold the building but still used it as a NZ Post receiving depot for bulk mails. Postal services were a PostShop at 550 Te Atatu Rd in 2011.

West Auckland Images — Community Centre at Te Atatu Peninsula.

Jack Pringle Park, Te Atatu Peninsula. March 2012.

Jack Pringle Park, Te Atatu Peninsula. March 2012.

Te Atatu Peninsula Footrot Flats Theme Park.avi

Video from February 1986 on the Footrot Flats Theme Park, Te Atatu North, New Zealand.

Footrot Flats Leisure Park, Te Atatu Road, 1986. Read more at https://visualhumor.wordpress.com/2012/10/10/footrot-flats-revisited/

Footrot Flats Revisited

Footrot Flats Leisure Park, Te Atatu Road, 1986. Read more at https://visualhumor.wordpress.com/2012/10/10/footrot-flats-revisited/


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