Autumn colour 2015 Hamilton Road / SH1 Cambridge New Zealand
Avantidrome Cambridge New Zealand open day 1/3/2014
Jayne Butler Pukeroro Cambridge New Zealand 12 August 1992
Fallen tree SH1 Tirau Road Karapiro Stream Cambridge NZ
Golf Course Hill (SH1 Tirau Road) Waikato Expressway Karapiro Cambridge New Zealand
A Day In The Life Of New Zealand 18 March 1983 thirty years ago today
Athletic Park boundary greenbelt Cambridge New Zealand
PR open day for Home of Cycling Trust encouraging community involvement in the proposed national Cycling Centre of Excellence St Peter’s School SH1 Cambridge
6:47PM 23/2/2011 St Andrew’s Parish Hall, 85 Hamilton Road, Cambridge, New Zealand.
Park House, on Queen Street opposite Victoria Square (beside the Shell service station on the SH1 Victoria Street & Queen Street roundabout Cambridge, New Zealand), built in 1928, and originally a private hotel, was destroyed by fire this afternoon.
Cambridge Senior Choir, St Andrew’s Parish Hall, Cambridge NZ
St Andrews Church Cambridge New Zealand Church Alive
Alpha images | North Island Secondary Schools Show Jumping Champs | St Peter’s School Cambridge | Friday 29/10/2010.
Styling assistance Patricia Rushton. Day gallery 28/10/2010
Mobil Karapiro, Karapiro Motors, 719 State Highway 1, Karapiro, Waikato, New Zealand.
The Boatshed Café overlooking Lake Karapiro from the western shore is a gem that sits opposite the 500-600 metre mark in the 2000 metre Karapiro rowing course
Four senior Karapiro School students; Jacob, Joseph, Rebecca and Cameron pose for a photo this afternoon, Wednesday, the 27th of October 2010 with Room 1‘s excellent WRCH2010 project. Not only showing support for the countries they are following – the Czech Republic, Great Britain, Germany and Australia – the clocks on the right show the timeContinue reading “Welcome to Cambridge New Zealand – Karapiro School crew #2”
Welcome to Cambridge New Zealand St Andrew’s Anglican Church Giant Craft & Collectable Fair
Today St Andrew’s Anglican Church Giant Craft & Collectable Fair 9 am – 2 pm, Church grounds corner Victoria Street and Hamilton Road. Enquires to Ian Dunn 827 5678 or 027 567 3139
If you’re travelling through or are one of those folk who is always meaning to have a look around Cambridge – ease out of the traffic
A good place for a quick break and a cup of tea. Built in 1903 the water tower is found beside Resthaven Resthome in Paine Park – part of the Cambridge greenbelt on the corner of Vogel Street and Hamilton Road SH1 on the western edge of Cambridge.
It often comes up in conversation when away from home – when asked where I’m from, the response more often than not – ah! the place with the church on the corner.
David Graham principal Karapiro School 24/9/2010.
Karapiro School New Zealand 24/9/2010
The lads from TrustPower; Graig Neustroski National Sales Manager and Graeme Purches Community Relations Manager speak to members of Cambridge Chamber of Commerce this evening, Wednesday the 30th of June 2010, at Red Cherry Cafe. Their subject; New Zealand’s power supply industry and TrustPower’s place in it. A wide ranging presentation – PowerPoint and all – current,Continue reading “Cambridge New Zealand – TrustPower road show”
Who do you recognise in this photo? The names are coming but if you wish to help please email me or reply in the comments section below. Clicking on either photo it will take you to a larger version (use your browser back button to return here). ref. Jim Sullivan
St Peter’s School Cambridge Open Day tomorrow, Sunday, the 2nd of May 2010 13:45 – 16:00.
Prime advertising space, for our school jubilee later in the year, facing Easter traffic travelling south into Cambridge on SH1. For details click here. You can also download the registration form here [PDF 280KB].
The annual Ulysses Club Motorcycle Toy Run from Cambridge to Hamilton to raise money for child cancer left Alpha Street Cambridge at 11am this morning for Garden Place in Hamilton a distance of roughly 25 kilometres. Official photos taken at the start of the run will be available during the next couple of days at hotshotstogo.co.nz.
Cambridge i-SITE Centre, Corner Queen & Victoria Streets SH1, Cambridge, Waikato 3434, New Zealand +64 7 823 3456
A reader reminds me that athletics meetings were held on Victoria Square – formerly known as the Government Acre – before the move to Athletic Park on the Greenbelt at the Hamilton Road (SH1) Vogal Street corner. As I recall running at least the one meeting on the square the move must have happened around 1960 when I was intermediate / middle school age – please correct me if I am wrong. Athletic Park is on the left as you slow for the 50k sign travelling into Cambridge from the north west on the Hamilton Cambridge road.
We are looking out across Cambridge Golf Course towards Cambridge. There appear to be five or six vehicles parked on the golf course hill on what is now SH1 / Tirau Road immediately east of Cambridge with a group of people standing in the mid foreground. A slip? a breakdown or accident? whatever it is appears to be receiving a lot of attention.
Collecting for the SPCA, Countdown, Queen Street, Cambridge NZ
From Emanuels – Lake Karapiro Lodge at Piarere, above State Highway One – Tirau Road and the Waikato river/Lake Karapiro looking south west beyond Lake Karapiro to the foothills of Maungatautari at Pukekura, south of Cambridge and Leamington. This morning lodge owners Ann and Eddie Rompelberg hosted the monthly Cambridge Chamber of Commerce Network over Coffee at their beautiful home and luxury lodge.
Cambridge’s winter morning face for those travelling south on SH1 this Thursday morning the 2nd of July 2009. i Site Cambridge lives in what was once our library – part of our town hall ‘complex’.
The facade of The Pink Church Cambridge Country Store Victoria Street, SH1, Cambridge, New Zealand. Lit for Cambridge by Night a feature of Cambridge Autumn Festival this Wednesday evening the 22nd of April 2009.
I guess the object of interest is the new Bunnings shed on Queen Street SH1 opposite Empire.
We are in Anzac Street Cambridge at the slipway entrance onto Queen Street /SH1 between Victoria and Albert. Such names we have!
Westlake Girls | Heritage Gallery SH1 Cambridge.
The unique entrance, built in 1954, of hardware and building supply firm SPND (home now to Australian DIYer Bunnings) looks sad and neglected today its beauty fudged by an unappealing paint job, odd cladding and neglect.
Not quite sure what I was expecting. A wit has placed some of the numerous road safety cones about the Victoria Road SH1 Queen Street roundabout on the almost as numerous up lights. Nothing new about this. Just the scale of the installation. I couldn’t get what I wanted (one might say because of aContinue reading “Light cones”
I find the branding of Waipa problematical as it subverts the identity of our town. More so when that branding appropriates iconography clearly identifiable as Cambridge. Our Chamber of Commerce refers to Cambridge as a township. My current favourite is little big town which came, I think, from the visitor people. Confusion reigns. Whether weContinue reading “What is Cambridge township?”
The sodium lighting of SH1 Victoria Street, Cambridge, New Zealand casts the shadow of the lytchgate porch gable at the south eastern entrance to St Andrew’s Anglican Church this evening.
Today was all about trucks and I went to the SH1 Queen Street, Victoria Street intersection looking for a convoy. I was a bit on the late side. There were plenty of trucks of all shapes and sizes but all seemed to be gainfully employed.
A railway line lay here between 1884 and 1999. The Cambridge branch line joined the network at Ruakura and terminated at Lake Street beside Lake Te Koutu. Passing through Matangi, Bruntwood and Hautapu it offered passenger services until 1946. The line terminates at Fonterra Hautapu now – a freight only service. The truck to the left travels the last few metres of SH1B which leaves SH1 at Taupiri and links back into SH1 at the St Andrew’s Church corner just over my left shoulder. The coming of the Waikato Expressway, the demise of this railway line – things to ponder as the price of oil rises and today, Tuesday the 1st of July 2008, many celebrate the return to public ownership of ‘KiwiRail’ after a decade and a half in private ownership.
St Andrews Anglican Church Cambridge parishioners accompany Vicar Reverend Andrew Hedge and the cross from St Andrews Church to join other Cambridge congregations in a combined Cambridge churches service at Cambridge Town Hall Good Friday 21 March 2008. Published: 09/04/2009
Cambridge information from Cambridge New Zealand Eh! to Zed December 2006-March 2007