Post" Phnto. One of five fire stations to be erected in the suburbs of Wellington. This particular illustration is of the station at Miramar, which will bo officially opened on Monday, while another is almost completed at Brooklyn. Three others have yet to be built, and will be erected at Adelaide road, Northland, and Khandallah. All five stations are being built from standardised plans, and will be subsidiary to the Central Station. (Evening Post, 26 June 1928)

Post" Phnto. One of five fire stations to be erected in the suburbs of Wellington. This particular illustration is of the station at Miramar, which will bo officially opened on Monday, while another is almost completed at Brooklyn. Three others have yet to be built, and will be erected at Adelaide road, Northland, and Khandallah. All five stations are being built from standardised plans, and will be subsidiary to the Central Station. (Evening Post, 26 June 1928)

Ermine Poat" Photo. ' NEW] SCOUT HAfcL FOR BROOKLYN.—This^building. is to be officially'opened to-morrow afternoon ,by Sir Alfred Robin, Honorary Metropolitan Commissioner of Boy Scouts. The hall is-ths result'of the energy of the local Scouts, ivho have held entertainments and collected sumsof money over a period, for the purposes of'the Building Fund. (Evening Post, 20 November 1931)

Ermine Poat" Photo. ' NEW] SCOUT HAfcL FOR BROOKLYN.—This^building. is to be officially'opened to-morrow afternoon ,by Sir Alfred Robin, Honorary Metropolitan Commissioner of Boy Scouts. The hall is-ths result'of the energy of the local Scouts, ivho have held entertainments and collected sumsof money over a period, for the purposes of'the Building Fund. (Evening Post, 20 November 1931)

"Big Relief Work at Brooklyn - One of the largest relief works at present in hand is the regarding and general improvement of Apuka and Mitchell Streets, Brooklyn, with over forty men engaged. The work, the extent of which is indicated in the photograph above, is estimated to cost about 5,000 pounds"

"Big Relief Work at Brooklyn - One of the largest relief works at present in hand is the regarding and general improvement of Apuka and Mitchell Streets, Brooklyn, with over forty men engaged. The work, the extent of which is indicated in the photograph above, is estimated to cost about 5,000 pounds"

[New Zealand National Party] :A message from Mrs Burns, National candidate for Brooklyn, 1949. Vote a National woman for national housekeeping. 1949.

[New Zealand National Party] :A message from Mrs Burns, National candidate for Brooklyn, 1949. Vote a National woman for national housekeeping. 1949.

Wiremu Tamati Te Wera and his wife, at their home in Ohiro Road, Brooklyn, Wellington

Wiremu Tamati Te Wera and his wife, at their home in Ohiro Road, Brooklyn, Wellington

"Brooklyn Brickworks in Tanera Crescent, showing the brick kilns under construction, 1904"  This is where the Taneera Park bowling club and football grounds now stand

"Brooklyn Brickworks in Tanera Crescent, showing the brick kilns under construction, 1904" This is where the Taneera Park bowling club and football grounds now stand

Earthmoving machines at Mitchell Street, Brooklyn, Wellington - Photograph taken by Stuart Ramson

Earthmoving machines at Mitchell Street, Brooklyn, Wellington - Photograph taken by Stuart Ramson

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