CBD, Looking down Colombo Street, Victoria Square in centre of photo.
CBD view over the city towards the Port Hills. Corner of Kilmore, Durham Street North and Victoria Streets near bottom of the photograph.
Buildings on Peterborough Street seen from Manchester Street.
View of buildings to the north of an empty allotment at 146 Gloucester Street. Visible are the Isaac Theatre Royal, the building at 764 Colombo Street, and the Price Waterhouse Coopers Building at 119...
Poster for missing cats on a lamp post on Armagh Street.
Damaged buidlings at the intersection of Colombo and Armagh Streets
A police van parked next to the Police kiosk in Cathedral Square. Visible to the north are buildings at 764 Colombo Street and 119 Armagh Street.
The Blue Note and other buildings on the eastern side of New Regent Street. Also visible is the building at 119 Armagh Street.
A tram travelling south on New Regent Street.
A tram on New Regent Street. Also visible are the shops New Regent Shoe Repair and Settlers Travel For Less.
Looking north up New Regent Street from Gloucester Stree towards Armagh Street and the building at 119 Armagh Street.
Looking north up New Regent Street towards Armagh Street as a tram heads southward.
Entering the red zone cordon on Armagh Street, looking west towards the Forsyth Barr buildings and Price Waterhouse Cooper building.
View of the central city buildings including 166 Gloucester Street, 161 Cashel Street, 764 Colombo Street, Clarendon Tower, 119 Armagh Street, and Westpac Canterbury Centre.
Ōtākaro Avon River and Oxford Terrace as seen from Cambridge Terrace.
High Street and St Asaph Street as seen from the Christchurch Polytechnic Institute of Technology.
The Ōtākaro Avon River and Oxford Terrace as seen from Cambridge Terrace.
Oxford Terrace, looking west towards the intersection with Manchester Street.
Looking south from a lamp on the Colombo Street Bridge. Also visible are the buildings at 764 Colombo Street and 119 Armagh Street.
The corner of Gloucester Street and New Regent Street.
Peter Steel, partner in charge of Price Waterhouse, laying concrete in the construction of the Price Waterhouse building.