View along the Avon River towards the Armagh Street bridge with Park Terrace to the left and North Hagley Park to the right.
Fire prevention officer, J. F. Hegarty inspecting the fire damage following a fatal explosion at Verkerks Butchery at 196 Armagh Street.
Employees of Verkerks Butchery, Stephen Katsaras (left), Andrew Edwards and Vincent Tikao, clean up after a fatal explosion at their site at 196 Armagh Street.
Firefighters attending to an explosion at Verkerks Butchers at 196 Armagh Street on the corner with Manchester Street.
Views of Alexia Pickering (Mrs. N.G. Pickering) in her wheelchair at the corner of Colombo Street and Armagh Street.
Looking east down Armagh Street from Armagh bridge.
Armagh Street bridge across the Avon River to Hagley Park looking South towards the central city. To the left is Park Terrace.
The Avon River and footpath in North Hagley Park. To the left on the other side of the river is Park Terrace with the Armagh Street bridge in the distance.
Damaged buidlings at the intersection of Colombo and Armagh Streets
Veterans of the First World War, from left, seated: Jim Ford, Jack Jamieson, standing: Robert Robertson and Jack Huggins, celebrating Armistice Day at the RSA clubrooms at 74 Armagh Street.
Veterans of the South African War commemorate the signing of the South African War peace treaty in Victoria Square by the Queen Victoria statue.
Aerial view of Victoria Street looking south towards the intersection with Colombo Street.
CBD, Looking down Colombo Street, Victoria Square in centre of photo.
Crowne Plaza Hotel and Christchurch Town Hall on corner of Kilmore and Durham Street North
Window damage in Bob Brown's corner of Armagh and Manchester Streets.
Sunrise over eastern Christchurch.
View of Armagh Street, looking east from the intersection with Durham Street North.
Exterior view of Mother Hubbards, originally built between 1865-66 in Oxford Terrace in central Christchurch. In 1907 it was moved to 159 Armagh Street.
Rooftops of New Regent Street, looking towards Armagh Street.
View of New Regent Street and buildings on Armagh Street.
View of rooftops on New Regent Street, looking northwest.
Manager of Munns The Mans Store, Mr Carl Smith, at 156 Armagh Street, with samples of Harris tweed in his shop window.
Interior of fish shop on Armagh Street with two fishmongers.
Armagh Street bridge across the Avon River looking South towards the central city.