Exterior of 38 Cranmer Square, one of the smallest residences in Christchurch.
Aerial view of Cranmer Courts on the corner of Montreal and Kilmore streets during the renovation of the site from the former Normal School.
CBD view over the city towards the Port Hills. Corner of Kilmore, Durham Street North and Victoria Streets near bottom of the photograph.
Poster announcing march time and location to protest the 1981 South African Springbok rugby tour of New Zealand. Poster features black text on pale background. Full text: ‘Final test, Rally, Sat. Sept...
Poster announcing march time and location to protest the 1981 South African Springbok rugby tour of New Zealand. Poster features black text in capitals on pale background. Full text: ‘All out against...
James Oram's very popular work Sailing Away, was suspended above Cranmer Square for the 2008 SCAPE Biennial of art in public places.
James Oram's Sailing Away hanging from a crane in Cranmer Square.
James Oram's Sailing Away boat from underneath, in Cranmer Square.
26 Cranmer Square, Christchurch.
Earthquake damage at Cranmer Courts on the corner of Kilmore and Montreal Street.
Looking south from the north east corner of Cranmer Square and Armagh Street towards the intersection of Armagh Street and Montreal Street. Windsor Hotel (52 Armagh Street) is under demolition while...
Departure site in Cranmer Square.
A map in Cranmer Square showing the route of the tours in the red zone.
Aerial view of central Christchurch, Phillipstown, and Linwood.
Cranmer Courts on Montreal Street, as seen from the corner with Peterborough Street.
The No. 244 tram travelling on Armagh Street as seen from Cranmer Square.
Armagh Street, looking east from the corner with Montreal Street.
Cranmer Court, on the corner of Montreal Street and Kilmore Street, as seen from Cranmer Square.
Cranmer Court on the corner of Montreal Street and Kilmore Street as seen from the corner of Montreal Street and Peterborough Street.
The main door in the northern facade of the Cranmer Centre at 40 Armagh Street.
The Northern facade of the Cranmer Centre (40 Armagh Street) as seen from the corner of Aramgh Street and Cranmer Square.