This cricket grandstand and its surrounds, built in 1925 were originally built by prison labour and they were a popular recreational spot for colonial settlers.
Ninety one years later the grandstand has been declared ‘earthquake prone’ and has visible damage on its facade of earthquake damage. Due to it’s earthquake prone status the grandstand is closed to the public while assessment on its future continues, hopefully it can be preserved as it holds some of Wellington’s small amount of heritage.
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Hey I’m doing a photography project on abandoned places for uni. I was just wondering where the abandoned Cricket Grandstand is?
Not too hard to find, there are lots of clues 😉
Hey i’m a doing a portfolio on abandoned buildings.I like to known where some places are medical centre,cricket grandstand is yates building
Gotta love that symmetry!!!