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Ubiquitous in the urban landscape of Christchurch are the small brick and concrete pump houses and electric substations that bring essential services to our homes.
Located at 117 Manchester Street, a boarding house and restaurant
Built in 1900, and located at 192-194 Manchester Street, Christchurch.
Christchurch City Council's offices for 56 years from 1924-1980, located at 194 Manchester Street.
Built in 1929 as part of the River Bank Improvement Scheme with contributions made by Thomas Edmonds.
Corner Norwich Quay, & Oxford Street, Lyttelton 8012
The houseat 73 River Road was once part of a 40-hectare farm that was accessed from Stanmore Rd but is now surrounded by houses. The title for the plot was
From 1879 - 1967 was owned by the Anderson family of Andersons Engineering Ltd. Related Listing at Heritage New Zealand
The Holiday Inn Avon located on Oxford Terrace, was formerly the Avon Motor Lodge. Badly impacted by the 2010/2011 earthquakes it was partially demolished.
Initially constructed in 1851, this former dwelling has historical associations with Dr. Benjamin Moorhouse and the printing firm, Pegasus Press.
Also known as Old Stone House, the Cracroft House Servants' Quarters was built in 1870 to house the Indian employees of John Cracroft Wilson.
Originally a fire station, the building was converted into a Plunket room in 1930.
Riverview Lodge is an example of a turn-of-the century middle-class home, possibly built as a speculative venture by baker Harry Leader - who probably also built adjacent houses in Churchill
 History of the Church This church was formed by nineteen English Baptists in 1863 – thirteen years after the founding of Christchurch.  The first minister was Decimus Dolamore, who was
The Canterbury Jockey Club on the Oxford Terrace Strip was built in 1912 and demolished in 2011.
The Antigua Boatsheds (1882/1907) is an example of a Victorian commercial pleasure boat shed - the only one remaining in Canterbury.
A hotel on the site at 794 Colombo Street was first built in 1862 and rebuilt in brick in 1882-1883.
The former Camelot Settlement workers’ dwelling at 61A Tennyson Street was built under the terms of the Liberal Governments Workers’ Dwellings Act of 1905, a scheme established to provide low-cost,
Built in 1929 as part of the River Bank Improvement Scheme with contributions made by Thomas Edmonds.