The Bridge of Remembrance was opened on Armistice Day, 11 November, 1924 and was dedicated to the memory of those who took part in the1914-1918 war. At a later date further plaques were added to...
Snow on the ruins of 76 Cashel Street, as seen from Oxford Terrace.
A man looking over Ōtākaro Avon River from Oxford Terrace.
View the demolition of 76 Cashel Street as seen from park on Oxford Terrace.
View of Cashel Mall, looking west towards the Bridge of Remembrance.
A man and child walking along the tram tracks on Oxford Terrace from the corner with Cashel Street.
A woman walking along the tram tracks on Oxford Terrace near the corner with Cashel Street.
Louise Lockie after a trip to town. Riverside by Cashel Street (now mall) and Bridge of Remembrance.
Workers repairing the Bridge of Remembrance.
View of the Bridge of Remembrance and the damaged remains of 76 Cashel Street.
Demolition of building at 76 Cashel Street, on the corner of Cashel Street and Oxford Terrace, as seen from Oxford Terrace.
View of damaged building at 76 Cashel Street in the process of being demolished. Located on the corner of Cashel Street and Oxford Terrace.
People on the corner of Oxford Terrace and Cashel Street.
A woman taking a photograph while standing by the tram tracks at the corner of Cashel Street and Oxford Terrace.
Pedestrians walking past construction site fences on Oxford Terrace. Visible is the construction of the Avon River Precinct and the intersection with Hereford Street.
A woman leaning against a pole in Re:Start Mall near the corner with Oxford Terrace. Behind her is the Bridge of Remembrance.
A security guard standing against a lamp post in Re:Start Mall while a woman walks past a sign for ASB Bank. Behind them, to the west, repair work is underway on the Bridge of Remembrance.
The Bridge of Remembrance under repair as seen from Cashel Mall.
Panorama of Cashel Mall, taken from outside DF Souvenirs.
Looking south towards Lichfield Street from the corner of Cashel Street and Oxford Terrace.
A woman walking past safety fencing on Cashel Street. Behind her is the construction site of the Avon River Precinct buildings.