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The fountain was designed by Victor Hean, an architect with the Christchurch City Council from 1925 - 1936. The Bowker Fountain changes colours at night.
Named by the Canterbury Association surveyors who laid out the boundaries of the original city within roadways called ‘belts’ or ‘town belts’.
Bollards and fences etc are located around the city to host posters.
Oscar William Collings was a First World War Solider with links to Wharenui Primary School, Christchurch.
The former home of the Canterbury Jockey Club and of the Christchurch Stock Exchange.  Built in 1912 it was designed by the architectural firm of Luttrell Brothers.  The jockey club
Te Oranga Waikura is an urban forest and stormwater basin located at 521 Ferry Road, Woolston.
Initially constructed in 1851, this former dwelling has historical associations with Dr. Benjamin Moorhouse and the printing firm, Pegasus Press.
The island on the Avon River between Hereford and Cashel streets, was originally the site of a flour mill built in 1859.
Situated in the Avon River, between the Durham Street South Bridge and Montreal Street Bridge, the island marks the location of Christchurch's first public swimming baths, which opened in 1877.
Also known as Old Stone House, the Cracroft House Servants' Quarters was built in 1870 to house the Indian employees of John Cracroft Wilson.
Situated on the banks of the Avon River in Victoria Square, it is assumed to be the surviving ramp of a watering site formed in 1874 by the City Council.
This list is from the CCC City plan as at 16 November 2009. Many of these buildings were impacted by the Canterbury Earthquake - some now demolished.
Originally a fire station, the building was converted into a Plunket room in 1930.
Riverview Lodge is an example of a turn-of-the century middle-class home, possibly built as a speculative venture by baker Harry Leader - who probably also built adjacent houses in Churchill
The Colombo Street Bridge, built in 1902, crosses the Avon River south of Kilmore Street.
The Victoria Street Bridge crosses the Avon River and was officially opened on 26 September 1864.
Situated on Cambridge Terrace, on the banks of the Avon River, the Bricks Site memorial, erected in 1926, marks an original landing site used by European settlers travelling up the
Some historic photos of the Avon River
 History of the Church This church was formed by nineteen English Baptists in 1863 – thirteen years after the founding of Christchurch.  The first minister was Decimus Dolamore, who was