From Edgeware to where: 2014 in pictures: February

In February, Edgeware got these nifty historic panel to brighten up the ‘hood. This one features Christchurch figure Ice-Cream Charlie – Sali Mahomet.

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This doll is in a Christchurch hospital diorama. I found her rather fetching.
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The Victoria Apartments demoliton began.

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Waitangi Day evening – we paid a visit to New Brighton.

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And in town, the vintage market moved to the corner of Colombo and Gloucester Streets.

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And we rode the tram for the first time. The commentary was fascinating.

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The Festival of Flowers took over Cathedral Square.

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I went down the part of Hereford Street that had only just re-opened. And boy was the weather threatening.

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Ronnie says Hi to the workers.

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Government Life – could get a bit closer to the big brutalist thing.

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The pool on the corner of Gloucester and Colombo Streets (all gone and filled in now).
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The Public Trust on Manchester Street coming down.

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A rainbow in St Albans, a double rainbow even.

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The special girl on her last day of kindy.

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Baby, you’re a firework.

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More February 2014 pictures.

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