Te Kuiti - Small town in the north

Te Kuiti is a small town in the north, the Maori name given to the area, the home of the Waitete Rugby Football Club, is remaining the finest example of a standard class B station, was a town and became a major NIMT station, the station building. The Tatsuno Japanese Garden is at the southern end of the main street. Te Kuiti Albion FC play in the Deacon Shield tournament. The club colours are yellow, Black, striped shirts, Black shorts. Les Munro surviving the last pilot from the Dambusters air raid. Troup became Chief Draughtsman, a Fellow of the Royal Institute. The Te Kuiti station was a standard class, 4 station. Limestone is used in a crushed form as an agricultural fertiliser. The lime was crushed, is than caustic, concentrated, agricultural lime.

Small town in the north, Maori name given to the area, Home of the Waitete Rugby Football Club, Town, Standard class, 4 station

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