The northwest corner with the start of Chancery Lane under the bright white light. The Tivoli theatre was a huge cinema. The building to the left was laterá the site of the AMP building, and the one...
A man sat listening to music with his pet dog on the area below New Brighton Pier on New Brighton beach.
View of the New Brighton public toilets on Marine Parade.
View down New Brighton Pier of families and fishermen. To the left is a seagull coming in to land.
View along Marine Parade, New Brighton towards New Brighton Pier, library, and clock tower lit up at night.
View back towards Marine Parade and New Brighton lit up at night from New Brighton Pier.
View of the exterior of the Salt on the Pier restaurant, cafe and bar at 195-213 Marine Parade, New Brighton. In the background a woman is waving to the camera as she walks towards New Brighton Pier.
Two men, one holding a crab and with a crab pot, on New Brighton Pier. To the left in the background are other people fishing and to the right is another family gathered on the Pier.
Interior of a family home on Beach Road in North New Brighton. Taxidermy deer and a vase of flowers are in the foreground on a dining table with a kitchen area in the background.
Souvenir postcard of the 1906-1907 New Zealand International Exhibition at Christchurch. ┬áInsert shows Warner's Hotel in the square, over "the flag". ┬á Reverse: A Series - Aristophot Co., London.
A rare sight in 2005. Cruise ships in Akaroa became commonplace after the 2010/2011 earthquakes when Akaroa replaced Lyttelton as a destination port.
My mother, Connie Thompson cutting the cake at the 1991 Waitaki Girls' High School Reunion. ┬á
Aerial photo of Lyttelton taken on a scenic flight from a small plane in 1961.
Eel fishing Lake Ellesmere/Te Waihora. Selwyn (Sel) Lockie in background.
The Wizard ("C'mon Canterbury") on ladder). I took this photo in Cathedral Square early in 1982. I later returned and gave the wizard a copy. He showed it to the crowd, announcing himself to be "A...
The Ferrier Fountain, Christchurch Town Hall, about 1972.
Beaths, on the corner of Colombo and Cashel streets, like most other department stores, had large tearooms. Calendar for 1955 on back.
Cathedral entrance and Square decorated possibly for the coronation of Queen Elizabeth II or for a royal visit.
Fletcher Humphries[sic] staff.
Exterior of a house at 18 School Road, Halswell, with a "Jesus" sign hanging on the gutter out the front.
View of a sign outside Halswell Primary School advertising the design for the new school as a post earthquake rebuild at 437 Halswell Road, Halswell.
Washing hanging up to dry outside flats at 38 Halswell Road, Halswell.