Two physical education students during the summer holidays relaxing by the Centennial Swimming Pool on Armagh Street. Pictured are, from left, Jackie Fisher and Suzanne Smythe.
Views of N.G. Pickering in her wheelchair at the corner of Colombo Street and Armagh Street.
Views of swimmers participating in events at the Christchurch inter-secondary schools' swimming sport competition at Centennial swimming pool. Frames two to five are of Jennifer Revill of Riccarton...
Views of participants in diving events at the Christchurch inter-secondary schools' swimming sport competition at Centennial swimming pool.
Views of participants in swimming and diving events at the Christchurch inter-secondary schools' swimming sport competition at Centennial swimming pool.
Views of Sam Pollock (centre) a British broadcaster visiting New Zealand, signing the visitors' book during his attendance at the Christchurch RSA Tin Hat Club tattoo at the Winter Garden on Armagh...
Exterior of the former Canterbury Society of Arts Gallery at 282-286 Durham Street looking towards Armagh Street. The building was designed by J.J. Collins in 1897 and was used as a gallery until 1968...
View of Amuri Courts and of Amuri Motors Limited on the corner of Durham Street and Armagh Street.
View of crowds watching floats including a Humpty Dumpty float travelling along Armagh Street during the Farmers and Haywrights Christmas parade.
Wally Hannam, senior customer officer at BNZ Armagh Street with a new form of advertising being used by the bank to attract customers.
Christchurch, N.Z. from the Air
Fire prevention officer, J. F. Hegarty inspecting the fire damage following a fatal explosion at Verkerks Butchery at 196 Armagh Street.
Employees of Verkerks Butchery, Stephen Katsaras (left), Andrew Edwards and Vincent Tikao, clean up after a fatal explosion at their site at 196 Armagh Street.
Firefighters attending to an explosion at Verkerks Butchers at 196 Armagh Street on the corner with Manchester Street.
Interior of fish shop on Armagh Street with two fishmongers.
Brocken roof tiles Windsor Private Hotel at 52 Armagh Street, Christchurch. It was demolished following the 22 February 2011 earthquake.
Looking from Gloucester Street to the broken roof tiles of Windsor Private Hotel at 52 Armagh Street.
The Union Centre building on the corner of Armagh and Colombo streets.
Masonary outside the Canterbury Provincial Council Buildings on Armagh Street.
Window damage in Bob Brown's corner of Armagh and Manchester Streets.
Interior of the Towers Restaurant with customers dining overlooking Victoria Square on Colombo Street.
Sunrise over eastern Christchurch.
View of Armagh Street, looking east from the intersection with Durham Street North.