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The abandoned and derelict Canterbury Sale Yards were also known as the Addington Saleyards. Home for homeless people and site of varied styles of Graffiti Art.
McLeans Mansion was  built for Allan McLean (1822-1977), one of the wealthiest men in Canterbury in his day. McLean was a bachelor who built the house with the intention that
The Mayfair Theatre was an early Christchurch cinema which opened in 1935.
Parklands Library is situated at 46 Queenspark Drive, Parklands, Christchurch, 8083
A local park with playground including see-saw, slide & swings. Also has a basketball half court. Area of Park: 9,274 square metres Perimeter of Park: 589 metres
On one of the walls at College House, in Waimairi Road, there is a plaque to remember those men who had attended College House, and who fought and died in
Charles Constantine Massey (Service no. 6/969) was a soldier in the First World War with links to Christchurch
John Michael Winter Evans (service no. 7/634) was a First World War soldier with links to St. Augustine's Anglican Church, Cashmere.