Phoenix palms line Bow Street, the main road into the coastal town of Raglan. First settled in 1854 and known as Whāingaroa, the town was renamed in 1858 after a British commander in the Crimean war. With a once busy port, the town also supported local fishing and farming industries.
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Photograph by Stuart MacKenzie
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