Browns Bay History 2

Browns Bay History 2
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  • PETER BROWN His daughter wrote,  'My father walked from Cheltenham, Devonport, round the rocks, had a look at the place & walked back. He decided to buy it. One fine day in the spring, 26 September 1876 we left Auckland, my father on the white horse which played a good part in later years. He rode from Devonport & came down the hillside just as the cutler or small sailing vessel came into the Bay with the family & furniture & dray on board. The tide was full & boat came up as far as possible onto the beach. As the tide receded the dray was landed, horse harnessed & furniture carted up to the house.
  • There weren't any roads into the Bays so riding horses was the only way to transport anywhere.
  • Everyone is welcome!
  • SCHOOL
  • With no schools in Browns Bay, a part time one was started in a small building on Hyde Road
  • We need at least 10 children!
  • Holiday makers began to travel via steam train
  • With a rapidly growing population, new stores were acquired.
  • Browns Bay was connected to Auckland City by the Harbour Bridge and hasn't stopped growing since
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