Where: Intersection of Sefton Street and Lennel Road, Wadestown
When: Constructed c.1918
Another tram-related heritage object, this Wadestown tram shelter is one of five beautiful little buildings across the city. The other shelters are found at Cambridge Terrace, Miramar Avenue, the Oriental Bay Terminus, and Oriental Parade.
The listing sums it up perfectly: “This small concrete and timber former tram shelter has architectural / aesthetic value for its carefully proportioned exterior, the quality of its construction materials, and the ornamentation that was used to enrich this otherwise utilitarian building.” Hear hear.
Read all about it here.