Floral clock in Victoria Street

The floral clock in Victoria Street.
Note
Title supplied by library. Appeared with article: [Frame 44] ‘Lyttelton’s historic harbour and bays within easy reach of city’. The Christchurch Star, Thursday, 21 January 1971, p.19. The floral clock in Victoria St near the Avon River is a popular attraction for visitors to the city, especially amateur photographers. The clock, built with money given by Sir William MacKay, is powered by electricity and serviced by the Municipal Electricity Department.

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