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 This building known as Santa Barbara, was designed by architect Francis Willis and built in 1936. It has a Category 2 Historic Places Trust listing.  Formerly a residence it is now
The Empire Picture Palace was an early Christchurch cinema which opened in 1911.
The Pump House building recycling business, uses the former City Waterworks Pumping Station as its business premises.
The plans for the new station were drawn in 1930, but it was not finally opened until 1960.  The main Christchurch station then moved to Tower Junction in Addington and
Walter Leslie Bennett (Service no. 6/3621) was a First World War soldier and is remembered on the Hornby Primary School War Memorial.
Keith Melvyn Little (service no.15/58) was a soldier in the First World War
Albert Edward Levi James (Service no. 4/552) was a First World War Soldier with links to Woolston
Thomas Henry Ellis (Service no. 2/2609) was a World War One soldier with links to Spreydon, Springston, and the Halswell War Memorial.
The Regent Theatre was a Christchurch cinema which opened in 1930.
A former Freemason's Lodge on the East side of Canterbury Street, between London and Winchester Streets. Consecrated on the 28th of March 1871, the Canterbury Kilwinning No.23 Lodge building became
Patrick Cunningham (Service no. 28988) was an Irish born World War One soldier with ties to Halswell.
Lionel Harry Parson (Service no. 6/116) was a First World War soldier.