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Coffee Pot, New Regent Street

Owners of the Coffee Pot café and restaurant, Yolande and Vince Grant sitting in the dining area of the restaurant on New Regent Street.

Date 1986-02-27
Format Photograph
Resource Type Image
Collection 1986 Christchurch Star photographs

Sheer Delights restaurant

Interior of the Sheer Delights dessert café and restaurant in the Carlton Courts on the corner of Papanui Road and Bealey Avenue.

Date 1986-02-11
Format Photograph
Resource Type Image
Collection 1986 Christchurch Star photographs

Big Apple ice rink café

People taking a break from ice skating at the café at Big Apple ice rink shortly after it opened on Brougham Street in Opawa.

Date 1985-04-30
Format Photograph
Resource Type Image
Collection 1985 Christchurch Star photographs

Godley House

Godley House was built as a family home by Harvey Hawkins, ship chandler, ironmonger and speculator, and one of Lyttelton's leading citizens. The Stoddart family lived in Godley House until 1913.

Date unspecified year in 1990 (year approximate)
Format Photograph
Resource Type Image
Collection Rosemary Spiewak collection

Dainty Inn

Dainty Inn was a popular milk bar in High Street, Christchurch.

Date 1990-08-01
Format Photograph
Resource Type Image
Collection Rosemary Spiewak collection

Scarborough Fair Restaurant and Café on the Esplanade

Exterior of the Scarborough Fair Restaurant and Café at 147 Esplanade in Sumner next to Scarborough beach. A row of seagulls are sat along the top of the building.

Format Photograph
Resource Type Image
Collection 1988 Shop Dwellings survey

Old Post Office, 15 Cathedral Square

View of east facade of the former post office in Cathedral Square. The Regent Theatre and Clarendon Towers can be seen on the right and the Telecom Building in Hereford Street overshadowing the post...

Format Photograph
Resource Type Image
Collection 2013 Photo Hunt

View of Billens building with Globe Cafe and Forget Me Not Antiques

Part of the original Billens building (built 1906) originally known as England Brothers House. Damaged by earthquakes and later by fire. View of Globe Cafe and Forget Me Not Antiques on the ground...

Date 2004-10-15
Format Photograph
Resource Type Image
Collection Greg O'Beirne collection

Le Café at the Arts Centre, Worcester Boulevard

Exterior view of the entrance and outdoor seating area for Le Café at the Arts Centre. The clock tower at the Arts Centre is also visible.

Date 2005-04-03
Format Photograph
Resource Type Image
Collection Greg O'Beirne collection