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Tramtracks

Tramtracks

Tramtracks

Construction of the electrical tramways in Christchurch

1905

Laying the lines in High Street

Area: Central City / Central Christchurch - South

Source: The weekly press, 18 January 1905, p. 40

Reference ID: CCL-KPCD09-0046

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Tramway extension in Cathedral Square - Early February 2011

2011

Tramway extension in Cathedral Square. Note the ANZ/BNZ/TSB bank buildings. Either demolished or still standing? In any case, you can see as to how well this project was going. Indeed, the rails were to join up with those already in Cathedral Square, at the "junction" (if you will) behind the Cathedral. The rails with be the next item to go down.

Area: Central City / Cathedral Square

Source: Entry in the 2012 Photo Hunt

Reference ID: CCL-PH12-011.jpg

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Uncovered tramlines High Street January 2008

31 January 2008

Creator: Donna Robertson

Area: Central City / Central Christchurch - South

Source: Kete Christchurch

Reference ID: CCL-Kete-14447

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Uncovered tramlines High Street January 2008

31 January 2008

Creator: Donna Robertson

Area: Central City / Central Christchurch - South

Source: Kete Christchurch

Reference ID: CCL-Kete-14448

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A Kitson steam tram runs past the Government Buildings

1927

As at 2003 the Tramway Historical Society at Ferrymead holds the original drawings from which these wagons were constructed, also the underframes and wheels from three of these wagons. This type of wagon was used for the construction of the roadway section of the McCormacks Bay causeway. The wire mesh hides the two water tanks on the roof. The Kitson came from Leeds.

Area: Central City / Cathedral Square

Reference ID: CCL-KPCD06-0040

Uploaded by: Christchurch City Libraries

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The construction of the Christchurch electrical tramway

1905

Area: Central City / Cathedral Square

Source: The weekly press, 11 January 1905, p. 47

Reference ID: CCL-KPCD16-0016

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