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Formerly Park Street. Named because of its proximity to Hagley Park. Re-named Dorset Street. Named after Dorset, a county in South West England on the English Channel coast.
First appears in street directories in 1958.
Named after the Rev. Thomas Rowley (1797?-1877). First appears in street directories in 1962.
Named after Tonbridge School, Tonbridge, Kent, United Kingdom Originally “St James Terrace", Re-named Tonbridge Street in 1909. One of a number of streets in Merivale named after English public schools.
Named after George Humphreys (1848-1934).
Named after Donald McGregor (1851?-1909).
Formely Lincoln Road
Some transcripts of newspaper articles about Arthur Stacey and his involvement in the development of New Regent Street (opened April 1932)
Named after the local flour mill.
Named after William Truscott
New Brighton street
Formerly Cemetery Lane. Named because of its proximity to Sydenham Cemetery. Also named Simpsons Lane. These are two informal names which do not appear in street directories. Re-named Woodard Terrace.
Formerly Cuddon's Lane, the section running of Fendalton Road. Named after William Cuddon (1835-1924). Re-named Straven Road. Named after Strathaven (pron. Strayven), a town in South Lanarkshire, Scotland, about 30
Photos of Papanui Road
Named after Holmwood, the home there of Robert Wilkin (1820-1886).
Named after Percy Bysshe Shelley (1792-1822).
Photographs from the 1970s and 1980s