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MAIN HIGHWAY FROM AUCKLAND TO TARANAKI NOW COMPLETED: THE MOKAU RIVER BRIDGE OPEN FOR TRAFFIC Photographs taken on Friday last. Left: A view from the bridge showing cars waiting for the lift-span in the middle of the structure to be lowered. Right: A general view of the new bridge, which eliminates the ancient ferry-punt so well known to travellers on theTe Kuiti-New Plymouth section of the route. The opening of the bridge will expedite overland travel and incidentally enable the New ' ' Zealand Herald to reach New Plymouth earlier every day.

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MAIN HIGHWAY FROM AUCKLAND TO TARANAKI NOW COMPLETED: THE MOKAU RIVER BRIDGE OPEN FOR TRAFFIC Photographs taken on Friday last. Left: A view from the bridge showing cars waiting for the lift-span in the middle of the structure to be lowered. Right: A general view of the new bridge, which eliminates the ancient ferry-punt so well known to travellers on theTe Kuiti-New Plymouth section of the route. The opening of the bridge will expedite overland travel and incidentally enable the New ' ' Zealand Herald to reach New Plymouth earlier every day., New Zealand Herald, Volume LXIV, Issue 19769, 17 October 1927

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MAIN HIGHWAY FROM AUCKLAND TO TARANAKI NOW COMPLETED: THE MOKAU RIVER BRIDGE OPEN FOR TRAFFIC Photographs taken on Friday last. Left: A view from the bridge showing cars waiting for the lift-span in the middle of the structure to be lowered. Right: A general view of the new bridge, which eliminates the ancient ferry-punt so well known to travellers on theTe Kuiti-New Plymouth section of the route. The opening of the bridge will expedite overland travel and incidentally enable the New ' ' Zealand Herald to reach New Plymouth earlier every day. New Zealand Herald, Volume LXIV, Issue 19769, 17 October 1927

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