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The Christchurch Drainage Board and visitors at the opening of the Bromley sewage farm septic tank.

4 September 1905

The Christchurch Drainage Board and visitors at the opening of the Bromley sewage farm septic tank.. The construction of the tank took six months at a cost of £7,000. It had a capacity of three million gallons and was divided into two by a concrete wall. In the event of any mishap in one compartment, the other would be available.

Area: East / Bromley

Source: The weekly press, 20 September 1905, p. 36

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The Christchurch Drainage Board's sewage farm, Bromley

4 September 1905

Area: East / Bromley

Source: The weekly press, 20 September 1905, p. 37

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Opening the Drainage Board's septic tank on the sewage farm

4 September 1905

Area: East / Bromley

Source: The weekly press, 20 September 1905, p. 37

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Levelling the sandhills for the sewage farm, Bromley

May 1904

Moore Bros. were contractors for the work of levelling the sandhills of which there were about eighteen acres. The cost of levelling the sandhills and forming the races, the banks of which were turfed, was about £120 an acre. At the time this photograph was taken they had sixteen tip-drays and two-wheeled scoops in use and a large group of men engaged

Area: East / Bromley

Source: The weekly press, 18 May 1904, p. 40

Reference ID: CCL-KPCD08-0063

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Plans for sewage ponds between Dyers Road and Pages Road

7 October 1959

Aerial view of land between Dyers Road and Pages Road marked for proposed sewage ponds. The image has been overlaid with the proposed plans and notes. The Avon-Heathcote Estuary and Banks Peninsula is visible in the background.

Creator: Christchurch Star

Area: East / Bromley

Source: Christchurch Star Archive

Reference ID: CCL-StarP-00013A

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Horse drawn drainage installation

1940

James Mayo Jnr and James Mayo Snr running new drainage along a residental street, possibly taken from Cashel Street in the East of the city towards the Port Hills, in early 1940 using horse pulled ploughs.

Area: Central City / Central Christchurch - East

Source: Kelly Van Wieren in the 2018 Christchurch City Libraries Photo Hunt

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