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274 Cashel Street, at the Corner of Barbadoes and Cashel Streets
The Dorset Street Flats were built in 1955 and designed by architect Miles Warren
History Unveiled on 1 November 1925. "To the glory of God, and in proud and loving memory of the men of New Brighton who laid down their lives for their
GREAT WAR S. R. Archer     L. A. Caygill C. E. Coffey R. Dalton C.v. Dickey W. K. Dougall F. W. Douglas W. Fairbairn H. H. Ffitch R. N. Gidley David
The building was built circa 1914 on the site of the businesses first premises.  It was built primarily for retail, professional and commercial office use - Whitcombe and Tombs occupied
Demolition of original Christchurch Girls' High School buildings was begun 7 April 2011...
146 Kilmore Street.
The 2010 Canterbury Earthquake caused a crack in the Clock Tower
The Kaiapohia memorial to the Ngai Tahu people massacred by Te Rauparaha in 1832, also known as the Tiki
The Brannigans Building on the corner of Oxford Terrace and Gloucester Street in Christchurch was a modern office building. It was demolished following the February 2011 Christchurch earthquake.
 "Brenchley" at 150 Fendalton Road was designed in 1915 by the England Bros. who also designed the final stages of Riccarton House and became noted for their ability to adapt
Daresbury was originally a 50 room house surrounded by 25acres of gardens It was designed by Christchurch architect Samuel Hurst Seager [1855–1933] in the neo-Tudor Domestic Revival style for local
Family History relating to 40 Cranmer Square, and Elias Gaudin and kin.
The Hotel was already in bad shape, with windows boarded up, and the building damaged by vandalism.
Sunnyside Hospital, Christchurch’s first mental asylum, was opened in 1863. It was built to house those who were considered insane, until then held at Lyttelton jail. The hospital was closed