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The 10 o'clock tram leaving for Sumner

November 1906

The 10 o'clock tram drawn by a Kitson steam locomotive leaving for Sumner outside the Royal Exchange Building

Area: Central City / Cathedral Square

Source: The weekly press, 7 November 1906

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Trams lined up in Cathedral Square

December 1900

Trams advertising Ballantyne's, before departing on an excursion to Sumner. Mortens Building can bee seen in the background.

Area: Central City / Cathedral Square

Source: Canterbury times, 16 December 1900, p. 51

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Steam trams on the way to Sumner

1892

A line of well-filled trams shown pausing just past Shag Rock on the way to Sumner

Area: South East / Sumner

Source: Christchurch star, 17 April 1965, p. 7

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Scarborough

Circa 1935

Area: South East / Sumner

Source: Private collection

Reference ID: CCL-KPCD08-0036

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Sumner beach from Clifton Spur

Circa 1895

Cave Rock and the Sumner pier are shown on the left. On the right is Mrs Rule's Hotel. Mary Ann Rule, nee Day bought the land and built the hotel in 1875. It was called Mrs Rule's Boarding House until she obtained a licence and it was then known as Mrs Rule's Hotel. Also on the right is the house belonging to Edwin Coxhead Mouldey, known as the Beach House. In the foreground is the white steam tram bridge built in 1887.

Area: South East / Sumner

Source: Archive 334, p. 91

Reference ID: CCL-KPCD14-0013

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Tram lines along Sumner Road

Circa 1890

A boy stands by the tram lines along the Sumner road past the Clifton Spur and Shag Rock. The Canterbury Company opened a line to Heathcote Bridge on 9 December 1882 and an extension to Sumner on 1 November 1888. Steam trams were used on the line.

Area: South East / Sumner

Source: Archive 333: Photographs of early New Zealand, p. 89

Reference ID: CCL-KPCD14-0034

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