Trudi Outram (right), Raymond Smith and Jeanine Smith at a ballet class in the Durham Street Hall. The three travel from the West Coast on three out of four Fridays to attend the ballet lessons.
Interior of the cafeteria area at Aldersgate Durham Street Methodist Church at 309 Durham Street.
Close-ups of a damaged leaded window caused by too many files stacked against it, 30ft above the entrance to the Christchurch Supreme Court on Durham Street.
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.
Freshly baked pies by Broadway Bakeries at their new Durham Street premises.
Wool machines at the factory of Lane Walker Rudkin, 11 Durham Street, Sydenham.
The site of the former Langford House, a former residential care home, following demolition works at 20 Battersea Street on the corner with Durham Street in Sydenham.
Exterior of Langford House a former residential care home, shortly prior to demolition works at 20 Battersea Street on the corner with Durham Street in Sydenham.
Gina Papageorge, Christchurch Polytechnic student, painting a mural on the United Fisheries building, Durham Street.
Emergency management staff returning to the office after inspecting buildings. Walking past the collapsed Canterbury Provincial Council Buildings on Durham Street.
Collapsed Canterbury Provincial Council Buildings on Durham Street
Exterior of Durham Street Methodist Church on the corner of Durham Street North and Chester Street.
The Department of Agriculture's shift from the Provincial Council Buildings to Demeter House
A car driving up the ramp the Amuri Motors new parking building as part of Amuri Courts on the corner of Durham Street and Armagh Street.
The top level of the Amuri Motors parking building.
Sign, gifted from church members, marking the entrance to the Aldersgate Centre at Durham Street Methodist Church, 309 Durham Street.
View of the Canterbury Society of Arts building on the corner of Durham Street and Armagh street. On the building is an advertising board for Christchurch Town Hall.
Construction of new building on the corner of Durham Street and Armagh Street by Industrial Holdings Ltd.
Tim Croucher and Richard Fahey with their mural on the Canterbury International clothing company warehouse on Durham Street.