Scenes of a man on the ninth floor of the Christchurch Central Police Station building who spent more than an hour there threatening to jump.
Looking across buildings to the Police building at 48 Hereford Street.
Buildings on north west side of Cathedral Square.
Murray Horton, Jim Andrews and other Progressive Youth Movement members at the Christchurch police station during a reunion where they received an escorted tour through the Police Station museum.
Former Christchurch Police Station with heavenly cover.
View of ChristChurch Cathedral and Cathedral Square.
Aerial view of central Christchurch city looking north west towards Hagley Park. Running diagonal to the left is High Street from the corner of Madras and St Asaph Street and through Tuam Street...
Demolition of a building on the corner of Hereford Street and Oxford Terrace.
The balustrades on a balcony of the Ramada Inn in Colombo Street.
Aerial photo of Christchurch Central taken on a scenic flight from a small plane in 1961.
Louise Carpenter and Brent Carpenter Christmas school holidays - central city outing. Standing on the balcony of the ChristChurch Cathedral Spire overlooking the Post Office.
Constable A. Porter, the police carpenter, and Constable A. Smith working on entrance door of the Central Police Station in Christchurch.
View of a crane being used in construction of Hereford Street police Station, above central city buildings. [Frame 11] View from top of the building.
View of a crane above the construction site of the Christchurch Central Police Station on Hereford, beside a tree. Scaffolding is visible at the top of the building.
Masonry gable collapsed from Librarians house at 109 Cambridge Terrace. The Old library is to the left and the Christchurch City Council building and the central police Station are behind.
Looking east up Hereford Street taken from above Hagley Park
Masonry building damage on the corner of Hereford and High Streets. Wendys is visible in the foreground and the Police building is in the background.
A tree in flower on the banks of Ōtākaro-Avon River. Beyond is the police station on the corner of Cambridge Terrace and Hereford Street.
Sergeant A. K. Scally arranging bicycles for the following day’s auction. The bicycles are lost property that has not been claimed for five months or more.
A speaker at the Stop Heritage Destruction rally being held on the corner of Cambridge Terrace and Hereford Street.
Mayor, Hamish Hay, participating in an auction for Telethon at King Edward Barracks.
Intersection of Oxford Terrace, Durham Street South and Lichfield Street, showing the proposed site of a car park.