Cottage has a story to tell


Members of Pottery on Tyne have requested funding for a story board to tell the story of building more than 150 years old.

The small, two-storey cottage at 44 Tyne St was built in 1861 and now houses Pottery on Tyne’s workshop and gallery.

It is one of the earliest weatherboard houses in Oamaru, and is steeped in history.

By Daniel Birchfield

PHOTO: DANIEL BIRCHFIELD – Pottery on Tyne member David Atkinson and his fellow members would like to see a story board erected at the property, which was built in 1861 and is one of the oldest cottages in Oamaru.

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