Building [Wainui School House]
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This building has sash windows with moulded architraves and extra mouldings above the windows outside. Another interesting feature of the building is the covered ceiling. You can see the square that the chimney flue once passed through. There was very little equipment in the early schools beyond a blackboard and a few maps and books. As this school was built in Wainui, a kauri timber district of the North, the main building material used was kauri.
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