Views of traffic warden, Margaret Whall, issuing a parking ticket to a car parked on High Street. The High Street post office building is in the background on the corner with Tuam Street.
Scenes of the busy Christchurch City fruit and produce markets at Market Row in the block between Lichfield Street and Tuam Street in the run up to Christmas.
Views of vandalism at The Scene club on Tuam Street.
Exterior of Skil Power Tool Centre at 373 Tuam Street.
Exterior of A. J. Whites home furnishers on the corner of Tuam Street and High Street.
The computer area of the traffic control centre at the civic offices in Tuam Street.
Jacqueline Baxter with nursery rhyme cakes at the Ernest Adams factory on Tuam Street in Phillipstown.
Uncooked cakes on the production line at the Ernest Adams factory on Tuam Street in Phillipstown. Pictured are, from left, Ivan McDonald, Keith Adams, B. Murray and John Riley.
Mrs Vivian Hopkins (left) and Mrs Doreen Ramsey decorating Christmas cakes at the Ernest Adams factory in Phillipstown for export to Australia.
Exterior of A. J. Whites furniture, fabrics and carpet store on the corner of Tuam Street and High Street.
View of St Andrew's Presbyterian church from 4 Oxford Terrace.
Lawrie and Wilson Auctioneers building, 210 Tuam Street.
Section of Mckenzie and Willis, 236 Tuam Street.
McKenzie and Willis building, corner of Tuam and High streets.
Chairman of Park Davis Trading Company, Mr John Murray giving a speech at the opening of the companies new site in Market Row between Lichfield and Tuam streets. To the left is the Mayor of...
Mayoress, Mrs G. Manning, cutting the ribbon during the official opening of Market Row between Lichfield and Tuam streets.
Horse and carts with vegetables being driven by Reg Hussey and Jim Condon along Market Row during the opening ceremony. Lichfield Street in the background with the Radley building to the left.
Dennis Wilkes demonstrates safety tests to Minister of Consumer Affairs, Margaret Shields and Yaldhurst MP, Margaret Austin, at the Consumers' Institute at 482 Tuam Street.
Firefighters attending a fire at 226-228 Tuam Street which contains the businesses of Fashions Limited and Kutwell Garments Limited.
Scene of customers rushing through the entrance of A. J. Whites on the corner of Tuam Street and High Street at the start of their annual sale.
Partly collapsed Smith City building with roof parking
CBD looking east of Colombo Street.
Aerial photo of the CBD with Barbadoes Street running diagonally.
Demolition material and machinery storage at Barbadoes Street.