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Papanui Road runs from Bealey Avenue to the start of the Main North Road.
Named after Henry Pelham Fiennes Pelham Clinton, Earl of Lincoln.
Arthur Judge was a man who served in the First World War in the New Zealand Medical Corps, including surviving the sinking of the Marquette, and then lived in New
Parlane Street runs off Lincoln Road
St Johns Street runs from Maces Road, across Linwood Avenue to Ferry Road.
Heathcote Street runs from Ferry Road, turns a corner running parallel to the Heathcote River ending at Catherine Street.
Hornby Mall is now known as the Hub When the centre was established in 1976, it was the third major shopping complex in Christchurch and the first fully enclosed and
The Chung Wah II was the biggest Chinese restaurant in New Zealand in 1984. The Pagoda-style Chinese restaurant, Chung Wah II, at 63 Worcester Street, was formally opened on 19
The first Zetland Lodge was an early wooden hotel built in Christchurch that was originally created as an eating house, and then later converted to a hotel. The licensee from
The dwelling at 13 Spencer Street has significance as a representative example of a colonial vernacular dwelling designed and built by its owner/ the 1880s.
Former Addington Railway Workshops Water Tower sits beside the Christchurch Railway Station and the Tower Junction Shopping Centre
The Bus Interchange, is a purpose-built, indoor bus exchange in central Christchurch City. It is located on the corner of Lichfield Street and Colombo Street. The interchange opened on Monday
The cottage at 391 Selwyn Street is an example of a colonial dwelling in a vernacular architectural style was built in the 1880s.