Accession Number
2013.17.15
Brief Description
One landscape colour digital photograph taken on 25 February 2011 showing earthquake damage to the Presbyterian Church of St John in Winchester Street Lyttelton. Photograph shows the main doors, roof and collapsed tower at southern end of church.
Production Role
Photographer
Production Date
25 Feb 2011
Associated Person
Associated Person Notes
Architect
Associated Event Notes
Damage caused
Associated Period
2011/2010s
Associated Place
Lyttelton/Christchurch/Canterbury/South Island/New Zealand
Background
St John's Lyttelton was one of the oldest Presbyterian Churches in Canterbury. The New Zealand Historic Places Trust recorded it as the oldest built in stone for that denomination. It was designed by Samuel C Farr. The church was opened in 1865. This church was part of the Sumner - Redcliffs - Lyttelton Union Parish. Most of the parish’s services were held in the newer chapel further along Winchester Street. That chapel is the only one of the four churches in Lyttelton to survive the earthquakes.
Collecting Unit
Current Rights Code

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