Cathedral Square, Christchurch. NZ Gold medal Series. No. 128 Postcards
Cathedral Square, Christchurch. NZ. Trams, carriages and people in the Square. Postcards. S.M&Co Series
Children and staff of South Shore Playcentre and South Brighton Kindergarten during a trip to Ferrymead Historic Park.
Tram car in Cathedral Square at the time of the earthquake.
View of Christchurch Tramway Trams in Cathedral Square including a carriage used for McFun Tram parties.
View from the North East of Cathedral Square of ChristChurch Cathedral and the Citizens' War Memorial. The Post Office building, groups of pedestrians and a tram are visible in the Square.
Old trams at a Waikuku Beach holiday camp run by the Christchurch Transport Social Club.
ChristChurch Cathedral spire being replaced after an earthquake in 1888.
Members of the Country Womens Insitute Canterbury Federation inside a tram as it travels down New Regent Street.
A tram from Melbourne being unloaded at Lyttelton Harbour for Christchurch Tramway.
Crowds in Cathedral Square starting to head home after watching a procession. Groups of people are shown gathered around waiting to board trams.
View of North West Cathedral Square of cars, trams, cyclists and pedestrians sharing the road. The Crystal Palace and The Grand Theatres are in the background.
1 of 24 photos by FG Radcliffe in a booklet titled "Scenes from Christchurch New Zealand's Garden City". Photo "Colombo Street". FG. G. Radcliffe. Photo-5651
Am guessing this is post World War 1. Grandfather driving horse drawn tram in Cathedral Square. (John Stewart - lived in Perr Street, Riccarton). A steam driven tram is in the background. Outside...
Taken from the Worcester Street bridge over the Avon, this photo looks down Worcester Street to ChristChurch Cathedral. Christchurch's trams are decorated with Christmas ribbons on a beautiful summer...
"Oliver 4.5 yo is waiting patiently to hop back on the tram after a walk around the newly renovated CBD. He loves the tram and talks about them whenever we have a chance to go into the city, always...
"Oliver 4.5 yo in the tram, watching the renovations and the new builds all over town. Even the temporary is beautiful here." - Contributor's note
A tram approaches the corner of Oxford Terrace and Worcester Street. Visible are The Clarendon, Avon Theatre and Regent Theatre.
Crowd in the Square. Wondering if this was ANZAC day by the memorial?
My relatives - Aunt Dossie and Uncle Bill; Aunt Agnes and Uncle Ted and their son (top). My mum with my eldest brother Keith and my Nana (bottom). Going to North Beach for a Boxing Day outing. My dad...
Relations from Wellington stayed at United Service hotel and took photos.