Mr Phillip Brown, a pay clerk at Aulsebrook and Company Ltd, at his desk in the company offices on the corner of Montreal Street and St Asaph Street. Mr Brown has just returned to work following a...
Views of the interior of McMahon and Lee Ltd at 386 St Asaph Street following a break-in where safe breakers stole $700 but missed $20,000. Frames two to four show detectives investigating the scene.
Views of a truck that tipped onto its side whilst unloading a fork-lift truck on St Asaph Street.
Melinda Ding helping to make won tons for a Chinese food fair at the Chinese Cultural Centre in St Asaph Street.
Tony Nunan with a selection of heritage film posters at a St Asaph Street business, Company 45, owned by former Air New Zealand pilot, Captain Bill Anderson. The business specialises in the protective...
View from above of construction workers, Scott Rhodes (left) and Ray Drury, suspended from a crane removing a 10 metre section of the chimney at Aulsebrooks biscuit factory on the corner of Montreal...
John Maybury, former radio personality, with a loud speaker stood on a truck of prizes during a three day Christmas promotion on behalf of stores on Colombo Street between Lichfield Street and St...
Sign advertising S B potatoes growing in a patch on an island intersection of Ferry Road and St Asaph Street.
A large stainless steel brewing tank, made by J. Mercer and Sons Limited, being hoisted into position by a crane at the New Zealand Breweries Ltd site on the corner of St Asaph Street and Antigua...
Firefighters replacing a punctured tyre on a fire engine outside the Royal George Tavern at 67 Fitzgerald Avenue.
Partly collapsed Smith City building with roof parking
Aerial photo of the CBD with Barbadoes Street running diagonally.
The Tavern Rachael on the south west corner of Madras and St Asaph streets.
The King George Hotel on the north eastern corner of Madras and St Asaph streets.
McLaren Motors at 108 St Asaph Street. Aulsebrooks factory on the corner of Montreal Street is also visible.
Aerial view of central Chistchurch, with overlayed arrows showing proposed one way traffic scheme west along St Asaph Street and east along Lichfield Street.
Traffic officer E.A. Papslie at the corner of St Asaph and Antigua streets directing motorists shortly after a new one way system was put in place.
Former staff of the R.W. Saunders Ltd St Asaph Street clothing factory protesting the loss of their jobs.
View along Colombo Street of crowds lining the streets during the Santa Parade with a paddle steamer float passes.
Exterior of Aulsebrook & Co Limited biscuit factory on the corner of Montreal Street and St Asaph Street. Cars are visible parked and travelling in the foreground.
Exterior of the New Zealand Irish Society Christchurch Hall, St Asaph Street. Members of the society are pictured in the entrance to the hall watching a performance by the Irish Pipe Band prior to the...
Workers wrapping and packing biscuits on a production line inside the Aulsebrook & Co Limited biscuit factory on the corner of Montreal Street and St Asaph Street.