Mountfort & Luck Architectural Plan: Riccarton Church

Mountfort & Luck
One architectural plan by Benjamin Mountfort and Isaac Luck of Riccarton Church (likely St Peter's Anglican Church, Upper Riccarton); north west view, perspective drawing. Caption on aperture card for this plan reads: "Completed in partnership with Isaac Luck, 1851".
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It is likely that this perspective drawing is an early conception of Benjamin Mountfort's stone design for St Peter’s Anglican Church, Upper Riccarton. Originally on the site was a wooden church, consecrated in 1858, the design of which is attributed to Isaac Luck, Mountfort's brother-in-law. The chancel of the new stone church was opened in 1876, though the building was not fully completed until 1929.
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