This event was in Thorpes paddock, Gayhurst Rd, Dallington about 1935. I can remember seeing his gear lying on the ground. It was depression years & I understand that not many paid to get in but a lot...
Former McBratneys Road Foodstore
Exterior of a former upholsterer store, now vacant, at 84 Birchfield Avenue in Dallington.
The new pavilion at Dallington Bowling Club.
Flowers inserted in traffic cones as earthquake tributes on McBratney's Road, Dallington.
This decorated road cone was placed on a verge by a red zone home owner. The first lines of the poem stuck onto the front of the cone were "The time has come, I have to go. They say I must, just so...
Exterior of the Woodchester Eventide Home at 76 Banks Avenue in Dallington.
A group of elderly women sitting outside Woodchester Eventide Home at 76 Banks Avenue in Dallington.
The Avon River and Dallington Bridge.
Views of David Stewart outside a shop at 102 Kerrs Road on Dallington which is has applied to turn into a secondhand shop. He is pictured with his dog, Tim.
Scenes of Harold Newland of Bideford Place in Dallington with a 17m steel-hulled cutter vessel he is building in his back yard.
E. O. Schroeder and Lucy Schroeder celebrating their diamond anniversary.
Whitebaiters with nets in the Avon River in the vicinity of Dallington Park.
Collie-Spaniel cross responsible for stealing door mats and other miscellaneous articles in McBratney’s Road.
Dallington district substation on Coopers Road.
The hospital wing of the Woodchester Eventide Home at 76 Banks Avenue in Dallington run by the Christchurch Presbyterian Social Services Association shortly prior to opening.
1913. Dallington bridge spans the Avon River at the end of Gloucester Street to Gayhurst Road. The bridge in this photo was built in the early 1880s and demolished in 1953. The bridge marked the...
Loaded coach at Dallington Bridge On photo: "Seeing the sights - Dallington Bridge"
Elizabeth Malthus and Kelly Thompson of the Dallington Brownie Pack packing Girl Guide biscuits.
After the earthquakes, particularly during the winter of 2013, flooding often occurred in the loop of the river near the Gayhurst Road bridge. Locksley Ave and Dallington Tce were also affected.
Cracks in the road on Locksley Avenue, looking across the Avon River/Ōtakaro towards Avonside Drive.
Liquefaction outside a house on Locksley Avenue.