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The Cobblestones Regional Early Settlers Museum, Greytown. New Zealand...The Cobblestones Regional Early Settlers Museum is located in Greytown on the original site of the stables operated by Cobb & Co and the Hastwells to provide a mail and passenger service between Wellington and the Wairarapa from 1866. The Museum's name comes from the well-preserved cobblestone courtyard at the entrance and inside the Hastwell Stables...Historic Wairarapa buildings relocated to the Museum include a Colonial Cottage (Greytown c.1867), Wairarapa's first Public Hospital, (Greytown 1875), Wairarapa's first Methodist church (Greytown 1865), the Donald Woolshed (1858) and the single-teacher Mangapakeha country school which opened in 1902...The museum site also features a display of horse-drawn vehicles, gigs and tradesmen's vehicles including the 'Pride of the Valley' Cobb & Co Coach built in 1906 and used twice a day as the Martinborough to Featherston railway link until 1919 when motorbuses replaced it. In addition the Museum features a fire station, a vintage machinery building and a blacksmith's forge...The Printing Works with its vintage printing presses is housed in a former store from Main Street, Greytown. 2nd January 2011. Photo Tim Clayton.Add to Cart Add to Lightbox Download