You searched for takaka hill
All words containing three letters or less are ignored
Bartlett's Creek Cottage
Cob homes were a popular building type in the greater Marlborough area with well preserved examples such as Riverlands Cob Cottage[https://www.marlboroughmuseum.org.nz/home/about/cob-cottage] and the Molesworth[sitetree_link,id=536] homestead. Tucked neatly away up the North-bank...Read more about "Bartlett's Creek Cottage"...
Mary Isoline Watson, wandering washerwoman
Mary Watson, 1906-1968, married at an early age and settled on a farm at Seddon. Here she became Marlborough's first woman motor cycle rider. mary watson Mary Watson. Image supplied...Read more about "Mary Isoline Watson, wandering washerwoman"...
Jenny Shipley, politician
Jenny Shipley gained the most powerful role in Government as Prime Minister of New Zealand, just over a century after Jane Watson[sitetree_link,id=930] was struggling to care for her family. “Equality...Read more about "Jenny Shipley, politician"...
246 Rutherford Street
This house, built approximately 1862, is in the early colonial gothic carpenter style, and has a rare, for New Zealand, slate roof. About the area The house is situated in...Read more about "246 Rutherford Street"...
14 Aldinga Avenue
Holland House, formerly Stead or St Anne's Aldinga is a colonial cob house, built approximately 1850. It has a Category 2 Heritage listing. *About the area* Stoke was once a...Read more about "14 Aldinga Avenue "...
Page 45 of 46