Skip to Content

More Info →Queen Street Hall

The Queen Street Hall, designed by E V West of L G West, Son and Hornibrook, was opened in 1936. The Brethren Church held their first meeting in Palmerston North c1882, in Main Street. Since then they worshipped in various parts of the city, including Terrace End, Queen Street, Lyndhurst Street and Vogel Street. This building has now been replaced by another, called the Queen Street Chapel.

Identification

Object type
Image
Digitisation ID
2010N_C12_3317
Title
Queen Street Hall
Relation
Public Photograph Collection C 12
Held In
Coolstore

Related items

Queen Street Hall
Salvation Army Hall, Princess Street
All Saints Church, Church Street
St Andrews Presbyterian Church, Church Street
All Saints Church, Church Street
St Andrew's Sunday School Memorial Hall Plaque
St Marks Presbyterian Church Manse, corner of Pitama Street and Melford Road
Christian Centre, The Square
Montage of Palmerston North churches
Reverend Ronald P.F. Plaistowe
St Andrews Presbyterian Church, Church Street
Chapel, former Foxton Convent

Creation

Created By
Place
Palmerston North
Date
1939

Object rights

Credit Line
Palmerston North City Library

Taxonomy

Community Tags

Report a problem

Related items

Queen Street Hall
Salvation Army Hall, Princess Street
All Saints Church, Church Street
St Andrews Presbyterian Church, Church Street
All Saints Church, Church Street
St Andrew's Sunday School Memorial Hall Plaque
St Marks Presbyterian Church Manse, corner of Pitama Street and Melford Road
Christian Centre, The Square
Montage of Palmerston North churches
Reverend Ronald P.F. Plaistowe
St Andrews Presbyterian Church, Church Street
Chapel, former Foxton Convent

User comments