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This is a study of pre-1920 houses on the Papanui area
Papanui's Pictorial Past. Come for a walk around the shops through a series of 40 photographs.
Situated on the corner of Hereford and Monteal Streets, the Dux de Lux Restaurant, brewery and bar was originally built as a private house called Llamaes, subsequently became the Canterbury
St Barnabas is an Anglican Church in Fendalton, registered with Heritage New Zealand as a Category I heritage structure
St Paul's Church is one of the oldest on the Canterbury plains.
The Anglican Church of St Mary the Virgin has been an integral part of the Addington community in Christchurch City, New Zealand since 1867. It graces the tree-filled space in
Richmond Methodist Church was built on Stanmore Rd in 1879, just 11 years after its smaller predecessor, built in 1868. The adjacent church hall, which collapsed as a result of the
Elizabeth House was designed by Samuel Hurst Seager in the Tudor Revival style and built 1914. It was demolished post-earthquake in August 2011.
The Rose Historic Chapel, formerly the St Mary's Convent Chapel, is situated at 866 Colombo Street
31 Dundas Street was built for boot manufacturers M. O'Brien & Co in 1901.  The business was founded in 1884 by Michael O'Brien, and operated from the Dundas Street factory
The Cave Rock Apartments on the beachfront in Sumner. . Designed by the Peter Beaven and built by Mainzeal in 1998. They were badly damaged in the February 2011 earthquake
Cycle shop at 324 Barbadoes Street Corner of Armagh and Barbadoes Streets Business closed March? 2008 Building is now the Beat Street Cafe
Now demolished  Christchurch Women’s Hospital at 885 Colombo Street covered a block between Colombo Street and Durham Street.   Christchurch Women’s Hospital Women’s Health, Maternity & Gynaecology & Neonatal Care
Situated on the corner of Hereford and Monteal Streets, the Dux de Lux Restaurant, brewery and bar was originally built as a private house called Llamaes, subsequently became the Canterbury