Ward's Brewery to Pickwicks to Pomeroys

Adaption and re-use of the buildings that were originally Ward's Brewery, then Pickwicks and after partial destruction due to the earthquakes currently operating as Pomeroy's.

Ward's Brewery to Pickwicks to Pomeroys

Adaption and re-use of the buildings that were originally Ward's Brewery, then Pickwicks and after partial destruction due to the earthquakes currently operating as Pomeroy's.

Ward's Brewery to Pickwicks to Pomeroys

Adaption and re-use of the buildings that were originally Ward's Brewery, then Pickwicks and after partial destruction due to the earthquakes currently operating as Pomeroy's.

Ward's Brewery to Pickwicks to Pomeroys

Adaption and re-use of the buildings that were originally Ward's Brewery, then Pickwicks and after partial destruction due to the earthquakes currently operating as Pomeroy's.

Ward's Brewery to Pickwicks to Pomeroys

Adaption and re-use of the buildings that were originally Ward's Brewery, then Pickwicks and after partial destruction due to the earthquakes currently operating as Pomeroy's.

Ward's Brewery to Pickwicks to Pomeroys

Adaption and re-use of the buildings that were originally Ward's Brewery, then Pickwicks and after partial destruction due to the earthquakes currently operating as Pomeroy's.

Ward's Brewery to Pickwicks to Pomeroys

Adaption and re-use of the buildings that were originally Ward's Brewery, then Pickwicks and after partial destruction due to the earthquakes currently operating as Pomeroy's.

Ward's Brewery to Pickwicks to Pomeroys

Adaption and re-use of the buildings that were originally Ward's Brewery, then Pickwicks and after partial destruction due to the earthquakes currently operating as Pomeroy's.

Ward's Brewery to Pickwicks to Pomeroys

Adaption and re-use of the buildings that were originally Ward's Brewery, then Pickwicks and after partial destruction due to the earthquakes currently operating as Pomeroy's.

Fitzgerald Avenue bridge

20 April 1964

View looking south across the newly constructed Fitzgerald Avenue bridge over the Avon River along Fitzgerald Avenue towards the intersection with Kilmore Street.

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Area: Central City / Central Christchurch - East

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Former Wards Brewery and Pickwicks

31 March 2011

Earthquake damage to former Wards Bewery and Pickwicks on Fitzgerald Avenue.

Creator: Greg Dowson

Area: Central City / Central Christchurch - East

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284 Kilmore Street, Wards Brewery

2009?

The Kilmore Street frontage of the former Wards Brewery Buildings, 229 Fitzgerald Avenue. Now Pomeroys.

Area: Central City / Central Christchurch - East

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Fitzgerald Avenue bridge, looking south-east

Circa 1928

Ward's brewery is on the corner of Kilmore Street.

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Fitgerald Avenue Frontage of the Former Wards Brewery

2009?

229 Fitzgerald AvenueThe brewery occupied the

Area: Central City / Central Christchurch - East

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Barry Mather, owner of Mr Pickwick Trading Post

17 February 1987

Barry Mather, owner of Mr Pickwick Trading Post, holding the original deeds to a building which was once part of Ward brewers.

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Former Wards Brewery March 14, 2011

14 March 2011

Area: Central City / Central Christchurch - Northeast

Source: Kete Christchurch

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Chester Street East frontage of Wards Brewery

circa 2000

The brewery occupied the block bounded by Fitzgerald Avenue, Chester Street East and Kilmore Street.

Area: Central City / Central Christchurch - East

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Looking north from Ward & Co. Ltd., brewers and maltsters

1900

The corner of Kilmore Street and Fitzgerald Avenue, is in the foreground. Ward's was the first brewery in Canterbury. The large house belonged to Richard Steele (1852-1915), manager of Ward's and was at 6 Kilmore Street.

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Source: The weekly press, 15 December 1900, p. 12.

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