Stephen Flanagan (bottom), Mrs May Evans, the branch president and Allen Horrell painting the interior of the Christchurch Senior Citizens Hall on Cashel Street.
Exterior view of the new headquarters of the Aged People's Welfare Council under construction at 64 Cashel Street in the central city.
Exterior view of the former headquarters of the Aged People's Welfare Council at 60 Cashel Street in the central city.
Firefighters outside Walter Day Limited on Cashel Street during their attendance at a fire next door at Ralph Gracie Limited, 85 Cashel Street.
Firefighters and fire engines outside Ralph Gracie Limited at 85 Cashel Street following a fire that threatened nearby businesses Walter Day Limited and Browne & Heaton Ltd.
Owner, Ralph Gracie examines the burnt remains of his shop, Ralph Gracie Limited, at 85 Cashel Street following fire that started in a back room of the shop.
Firefighters examine the scene of a fire in the kitchen at Fail's Café at 82 Cashel Street.
Fire damage to the kitchen at Pickwick Restaurant, 103 Cashel Street.
Terese Banks of the Christchurch Trade and Industry Department with visiting Australian architects Michael Dysart, David Jackson and Kevin Rice in Cashel Mall near the Triangle Centre.
View of lion statue at the Bridge of Remembrance on the corners of Cashel Street, Oxford and Cambridge Terraces.
Intersection of Colombo Street and Cashel Street.
Participants at an Aged Peoples Welfare Council occupational therapy class painting pottery at the Welfare Council building at 60 Cashel Street.
Mrs M. Moses helping Mr H. Fisher to make a mop at an occupational therapy class run by the Christchurch Aged People's Welfare Council at their premises at 60 Cashel Street.
Conservation Week display in the window of Andrew Lees Limited at 226 High Street near the intersection with Cashel Street.
Christchurch firefighters on their way to donate blood as part of commitment they have made to the blood donor centre, at 33 Cashel Street, to be on permanent standby for blood donations.
Firefighters and crowds outside Nu-Way Dry Cleaners in Colombo Street near the intersection with Cashel Street following an explosion.
Catering students from the Polytechnic Performing Arts Trust preparing food in a kitchen in Cashel Chambers at 27 Cashel Street for a market in the former Canterbury Horticultural Society building on...
Foundations of the United Building Society headquarters on the corner of High Street and Cashel Street.
Not all masonry buildings suffered facade damage. Shops on Cashel Street, City Mall.
CBD cordon on Cashel Street looking west from Colombo Streeet
Partly collapsed buildings in Cashel Street looking towards the bridge of Remembrance.
Ballantynes building on Cashel Sreett looking towards the bridge of Remembrance.
Fallen merchandise inside the Ballantynes Store.