Newspaper caption: The first Wesleyan Church in Christchurch was erected in High Street on a site given by Mr John Broughton. The opening services were conducted by the Rev J. Aldred, on April 16...
Construction of Provincial Council Chambers with Avon River. Seen from Worcester Street.
North East corner of Cathedral Square looking towards Warners Hotel.
Early central Christchurch looking South East towards the coast taken from the Provincial Chambers.
View of early Christchurch looking towards Cathedral Square and across to the Port Hills.
View looking south west along the Avon River in the early central city.
Early central Christchurch looking South towards the Port Hills along the Avon River and Oxford Terrace.
Early streets of Christchurch with houses, looking south west.
Provincial Council Buildings
Drawing of early Lyttelton Harbour. The Methodist Church at Lower End of Dublin Street is just over mast of ship berthed at Screwpile jetty.
Views of the White Hart Hotel on High Street in the central city. Two photographs showing the hotel at different times, the first being earlier.
View of Cathedral Square c.1860-62
View of early Christchurch featuring a few houses and a grocery store.
Two boys stand by Avon River. Government Buildings in the background.
Early view of cottages and surrounding land prior to being transformed into Cathedral Square.
View of the area now occupying Cathedral Square. Horses and carts are in the centre with the Torlesse Building to the left.
View down early Armagh Street with cottages looking west.
Two sets of photographs of central Christchurch. No 1. Is of the arch at the former railway station in 1868. No 2. Is John Anderson's foundry on Cashel Street in circa 1870.
Two sets of photographs of central Christchurch. No. 1. is of High street and No 2. is of Colombo Street looking South.
View of posters on fencing on the corner of early Cathedral Square and Worcester Street.
Early Oxford Street looking north from Cashel Street with Walton and Warners stone bond on the right then the Grain Store, Crown Stables, Clarendon Hotel, Worcester Street, Dr Barkers Garden and the...
View of early Lichfield Street with buildings including His Lordships Hotel and Larder and Sucklings Leather Warehouse. The intersection with Manchester Street is in the background.