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The Woolston war memorial is the Cricket Pavilion Building on Woolston Park, Ferry Road.
The Bridge of Remembrance was opened on Armistice Day, 11 November 1924 and was dedicated to the memory of those who took part in the 1914-1918 war.
26 Manchester Street is the current home of the Lone Star Restaurant
The Ferrier Fountain in front of Boaters Restaurant was donated by Mr and Mrs Jack Ferrier to mark the opening of the Christchurch Town Hall.
Lyttelton’s Grubb Cottage at 62 London Street is one of the oldest surviving houses in Canterbury.
Memorial to the memory of bandsmen who fell in the Great War. In North Hagley Park.
The Transitional Cathedral, popularly known as the Cardboard Cathedral, is the temporary Anglican Cathedral for Christchurch.
Formally located in Port Hills Road the buildings were demolished in early 2012.
The first Anglican church, which also served as a school, was built in circa 1855 in an area then known as Purarekanui, which was renamed Belfast in the 1880s. Initially
Iglesia Ni Cristo (INC) house of worship in Burnside, Christchurch, is the first INC house of worship built from the ground up in New Zealand.
The Marshland Hall, opened in 1907, was a vital focal point in the Marshland community.
First and Second World War memorial to soldiers from the Marshland area, north of Christchurch.
The Bower Tavern is yet another earthquake-vanquished structure. I know little about the attractive wooden building but do have information on its predecessor, the first Bower Hotel.
Under construction on the corner of Gloucester Street and Cathedral Square the new central library building, Tūranga, is due to open in 2018.
The school stands by the Avon River, on a site it has occupied since 1986. Previously, the area was occupied by a mill known as the Riccarton Mill.  Previosly the
'Los Angeles' is a bungalow at 110 Fendalton Road.
Former Cinema in Cathedral Square