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Charles and Ann Gilberthorpe emigrated from England, arriving in Christchurch in 1859
Earthquake damage around the New Brighton end of Pages Road
Named Waltham Road about 1880.
Redmund Spur is a new hillside development above Cashmere Road on the lower slopes of the Port Hills.
Patrick McGough (Service no. 58572) was a First World War Soldier with links to Halswell
Michael David Martin (Service no. 10/1567) was a first World War soldier with links to Marshland
Christchurch City Libraries’ annual Photo Hunt aims to discover photographic treasures that tell the stories of our past.
Built 1908. Demolished 2011. September 2010: Tower of the building was damaged and pulling away from the roof and masonry walls at first floor level.  There was extensive cracking throughout
Richmond Methodist Church was built on Stanmore Road in 1879. The adjacent church hall, which collapsed as a result of the earthquake on 13 June 2011, was built in 1886 as
Christchurch City Libraries’ annual Photo Hunt is an opportunity to discover photographic treasures that reconnect Cantabrians to cherish, celebrate and commemorate our past.
New Regent Street was marketed as ‘The most beautiful street in New Zealand’ when it was opened by Mayor D G Sullivan in April 1932.
Located at 122 Avonside Drive, Avonside Holy Trinity Church was consecrated on 24 February 1857. Architect Benjamin Mountfort, a parishioner designed additions to the church including a bell tower and timber
The Lyttelton Road Tunnel was opened on 27 February 1964.
Located at 122 Avonside Drive, Avonside Holy Trinity Church was consecrated on 24 February 1857. Architect Benjamin Mountfort, a parishioner designed additions to the church including a bell tower and timber
Erected in 1897 in honour of Queen Victoria's Diamond Jubilee, the clock tower was originally situated at the intersection of Manchester, High and Lichfield Streets. In 1930 it was relocated