Invercargill has enjoyed a lot of impressive buildings of fine craft and design throughout the years. Today’s throwback showcases a few past gems around town, some of which are still present today.
Looking north from above the Dee and Esk streets intersection around the 1950s.
A 1940s look at the Government Life Building, South East corner of Dee and Esk streets.
The Otepuni Gardens with the Basilica in the background.
Old Boys High School on the corner of Forth and Ythan streets in the early 1900s.
The Cresent and Boar war memorial, Dee and Tay streets intersection.
Pre-Fountain Feldwick Gates of Queens Park in the 1950s.
Southland Boys High School on Herbert Street around the 1930s.
Looking East down Tay street from the Boar War memorial around the late 1800s- early 1900s.
The Athenaeum which stood on the Southwest corner of the Dee and Esk Streets.
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