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This house is built in Victorian gothic style with its steeply pitched gable roofs and highly decorated bargeboards.  It is said to have come from Parawai, moved to its present
Both Shortland and Grahamstown Stations were completed in 1898, in time for the opening of the rail link from Paeroa, linking Thames via Te Aroha to Auckland.  Opened on 19th
Originally the home of Reverend Vicesimus Lush, Vicar of St George's Anglican Church, this building was erected in 1871 with Lush's profits from the Caledonian Mine.    It became known
This church, designed and built entirely by Maori in 1886, replaced the 1837 Mission Station on the hill above.  The Mission Station was built on 300 acres gifted by local