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Lawrence: Athenaeum Library (c.1868)
Lawrence: Athenaeum Library (c.1868)
  • Author: PhilBee NZ (social historian) Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2015-10-28 12:39:48
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 45°54'46"S - 169°41'12"O
  • 9 Ross Place, Lawrence, Otago It is believed this small building was originally occupied by an auctioneer/land agent John Thompson, who became one of the area's best-known residents. Later Richard and Tom Pilling ran an accountacy business from the building. The brothers purchased the Tuapeka Times in 1881 and published the newspaper from here. In the early C20th., the building sat unused. The Athenaeum Library relocated to this site in 1950 and is still the owner to this day. The original Tuapeka Athenaeum & Mining Institute was formed on 20 June 1865, with the name changing to the Lawrence Athenaeum and Mining Society about 1874. Although the emphasis on 'education for the miners' is long gone, this library is one of the longest-serving organisations in Lawrence. This is a NZ Historic Places Trust-listed building (No.2249).
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2019 01 14 1527b
2019 01 14 1527b
  • Author: Zappaiti Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2019-01-14 15:28:03
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 45°54'52"S - 169°41'20"O
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2019 01 14 1527a
2019 01 14 1527a
  • Author: Zappaiti Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2019-01-14 15:27:58
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 45°54'52"S - 169°41'20"O
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The Convent, Lawrence
The Convent, Lawrence
  • Author: Jokertrekker Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2018-11-01 12:25:26
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 45°55'6"S - 169°41'8"O
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Old Anglican church - Lawrence, Central Otago, New Zealand
Old Anglican church - Lawrence, Central Otago, New Zealand
  • Author: Steve Attwood Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2018-10-22 11:31:49
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 45°54'49"S - 169°41'13"O
  • Abandoned and deteriorating but still showing the craftsmanship of the pioneers that built this old wooden church.
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Lawrence: ex-Presbyterian Church (c.1886) (2)
Lawrence: ex-Presbyterian Church (c.1886) (2)
  • Author: PhilBee NZ (social historian) Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2015-10-27 18:18:46
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 45°54'48"S - 169°41'7"O
  • 7 Colonsay Street, Lawrence, Otago Under the transient and turbulent conditions of the Otago gold rush beginning in 1861, the Presybterian Church established its presence. The first open-air services were held at Gabriel's Gully (site of the gold strike) in July 1861. By 1864, enough money was raised for a church building (later used as a Sunday School) on the same section as this church. Gabriel Read, the discover of the goldfield, was one of the first to contribute to the funds of the church, giving £50. The present church was completed in 1886, "erected at a cost of £1,200, and has accommodation for 300 worshippers" - the Cyclopedia of New Zealand (1905). The congregation sold the church around 1994, as numbers declined: its new owners intended to use it as a holiday home. In 1998 the church was severely damaged by fire in an arson attack. The interior, roof, windows and floor were badly burnt. Rotorua-based owners Mike and Jo Romanes bought the weed-infested ruin in 2002, spending six years restoring the 126-year-old building. They had to carry out a massive clean-up, stabilising the building and finding a new roof and floor to replace timbers destroyed by the fire. In 2008, fully restored and as known as the 'Church', the building began its new life as a luxury boutique retreat. It has a Heritage NZ Historic Place Category 2 listing (No.2243).
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Old house on Tuapeka West Rd., W of Lawrence, Otago (2)
Old house on Tuapeka West Rd., W of Lawrence, Otago (2)
  • Author: PhilBee NZ (social historian) Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2015-10-28 14:09:16
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 45°54'51"S - 169°39'29"O
  • ...on the short 15min drive from Lawrence to Beaumont, heading into Central Otago on State Highway 8: plenty of subject material!
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DIY despair
DIY despair
  • Author: PhilBee NZ (social historian) Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2015-10-28 13:53:39
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 45°54'30"S - 169°39'24"O
  • ...on the short 15min drive from Lawrence to Beaumont, heading into Central Otago on State Highway 8: plenty of subject material!
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Outhouse on Tuapeka West Rd., W of Lawrence, Otago
Outhouse on Tuapeka West Rd., W of Lawrence, Otago
  • Author: PhilBee NZ (social historian) Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2015-10-28 14:08:02
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 45°54'51"S - 169°39'29"O
  • ...on the short 15min drive from Lawrence to Beaumont, heading into Central Otago on State Highway 8: plenty of subject material!
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Old house on Tuapeka West Rd., W of Lawrence, Otago (1)
Old house on Tuapeka West Rd., W of Lawrence, Otago (1)
  • Author: PhilBee NZ (social historian) Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2015-10-28 14:07:50
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 45°54'51"S - 169°39'29"O
  • ...on the short 15min drive from Lawrence to Beaumont, heading into Central Otago on State Highway 8: plenty of subject material!
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Old barn on Tuapeka West Rd., W of Lawrence, Otago
Old barn on Tuapeka West Rd., W of Lawrence, Otago
  • Author: PhilBee NZ (social historian) Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2015-10-28 13:49:06
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 45°54'49"S - 169°39'49"O
  • ...on the short 15min drive from Lawrence to Beaumont, heading into Central Otago on State Highway 8: plenty of subject material!
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Rain Clouds Ahead
Rain Clouds Ahead
  • Author: Jocey K Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2018-02-22 11:38:17
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 45°54'44"S - 169°41'2"O
  • It was a cold start to the morning with a light frost. We are on our way to Dunedin today after two nights in Cromwell. It was good that the rain has stopped at last. We stopped in Lawrence for a coffee. Wish we could have had a good look around while we were there! February 22, 2018, Lawrence, Central Otago, New Zealand. Lawrence, in the Tuapeka District, was Otago's first gold-rush town. At the height of the gold fever, its population was 11,500; double that of Dunedin, making it one of the largest communities in the country at the time. ​Today, with a population of 450, Lawrence is a small but bustling community nestled in the beautiful surroundings of Clutha country. The surrounding Tuapeka area has a population of over 1,000 and includes smaller townships from Beaumont across to Waitahuna. For More Info on Lawrence: en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lawrence,_New_Zealand
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Splash of Colours
Splash of Colours
  • Author: Jocey K Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2018-02-22 11:38:19
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 45°54'44"S - 169°41'2"O
  • It was a cold start to the morning with a light frost. We are on our way to Dunedin today after two nights in Cromwell. It was good that the rain has stopped at last. We stopped in Lawrence for a coffee. Wish we could have had a good look around while we were there! February 22, 2018, Lawrence, Central Otago, New Zealand. Lawrence, in the Tuapeka District, was Otago's first gold-rush town. At the height of the gold fever, its population was 11,500; double that of Dunedin, making it one of the largest communities in the country at the time. ​Today, with a population of 450, Lawrence is a small but bustling community nestled in the beautiful surroundings of Clutha country. The surrounding Tuapeka area has a population of over 1,000 and includes smaller townships from Beaumont across to Waitahuna. For More Info on Lawrence: en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lawrence,_New_Zealand
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The Main Street of Lawrence
The Main Street of Lawrence
  • Author: Jocey K Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2018-02-22 11:38:29
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 45°54'44"S - 169°41'2"O
  • It was a cold start to the morning with a light frost. We are on our way to Dunedin today after two nights in Cromwell. It was good that the rain has stopped at last. We stopped in Lawrence for a coffee. Wish we could have had a good look around while we were there! February 22, 2018, Lawrence, Central Otago, New Zealand. Lawrence, in the Tuapeka District, was Otago's first gold-rush town. At the height of the gold fever, its population was 11,500; double that of Dunedin, making it one of the largest communities in the country at the time. ​Today, with a population of 450, Lawrence is a small but bustling community nestled in the beautiful surroundings of Clutha country. The surrounding Tuapeka area has a population of over 1,000 and includes smaller townships from Beaumont across to Waitahuna. For More Info on Lawrence: en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lawrence,_New_Zealand
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Lawrence: Gray's Drapery (c.1880s?)
Lawrence: Gray's Drapery (c.1880s?)
  • Author: PhilBee NZ (social historian) Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2015-10-28 12:38:19
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 45°54'47"S - 169°41'18"O
  • 3 Ross Place, Lawrence, Otago Though little early information is known about this building, it's thought to have once belonged to the Black Horse Brewery Co., possibly for storage of beer kegs in close proximity to the railway. Later restorations inside the building exposed the remains of old dried grain. [Lawrence was home to NZ's most successful early provincial brewery - Simpson & Hart's Black Horse label, operating from Weatherstons at the east side of Lawrence township on Waipori Road. The Black Horse Brewery closed in 1923, and only ruins remain today.] In the 1930s, George Talboys ran this building as a drapery store. The business was taken over by Frank Gray prior to WWII. Dave Bardsley, one of his employees, purchased the business in 1954. His family continued the drapery business for nearly 40 years. Recent owners have continued with the drapery tradition...
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