View of Pete Sweet on a tightrope as part of a performance at City Mall on Cashel Street outside Ballantynes as part of the World Buskers Festival 2008.
Two pedestrians (one partially obscured) walking past safety fencing on the corner of Colombo Street and Lichfield Street.
A woman using a cell phone while sitting on a bench outside of Ballantynes in Re:Start Mall on Cashel Street.
A man standing in front of Ballantynes in Re:Start Mall while a group of people pass the main entrance.
A woman with a takeaway cup standing on Cashel Street. Behind her, to the south, is Ballantynes.
A woman standing between two benches in Re:Start Mall in front of Ballantynes. To the east of her is the intersection of Cashel Street and Colombo Street.
A woman walking south on Colombo Street. To the north of her is the intersection with Lichfield Street.
A woman walking south past a fenced allotment on Colombo Street. To the north of her are buildings on Lichfield Street.
People walking past Ballantynes on Cashel Street. To the east, is the crossing with Colombo Street, while to the north is 673 Colombo Street. Also visible is the busker, Kelven Scott.
A man at the Lichfield Street entrance to a car park. To the north of him are Ballantynes and the former Lichfield Street car parking building.
A woman using a cell phone while sitting on a bench in Re:Start Mall. To the south of her is the entrance to Ballantynes.
A woman walking south on Colombo Street. To the west of her is the car park situated between Lichfield Street and Tuam Street. Visible to the north west is the Lichfield Street car parking building.
Two women eating souvlakis from Dimitris Greek Food in Re:Start Mall.
The demolition of the Beath & Co Ltd tower building in Cashel Street.
Crowd watching Blackstreet Boyz perform at City Mall on Cashel Street near Ballantynes during the 2005 World Buskers Festival.
Pete Sweet performing to a crowd on a tightrope at City Mall on Cashel Street outside Ballantynes as part of the World Buskers Festival 2005.
View of Cashel Street, looking west across Colombo Street to the fire damaged Ballantynes building.
The fire damaged Ballantynes building viewed from Colombo Street.
A crane demolishing fire damaged sections of the Ballantynes building. Seen from the corner of Cashel Street and Colombo Street.
Former Ballantyne team room staff members cutting a cake at a reunion. Pictured are, from left, Miss A. L. Smith, Mrs S. J. Yates, Miss B. Wharton, and Mesdames J. Young and J. McLeod.
Qantas news photograph of the year display at Ballantynes. Pictured is Andrea Fear aged 2.
Banner across Cashel Street, by Ballantynes, advertising the World Buskers Festival. A stand is set up below the banner to promote the festival. Several people are visible walking along the street.
Intersection of Colombo Street and Cashel Street.
Ballantynes building on Cashel Sreett looking towards the bridge of Remembrance.