View of the Colombo Street bridge looking from Cambridge Terrace along the Avon River towards the Christchurch Supreme Court on Durham Street.
Collapsed Canterbury Provincial Council Buildings on Durham Street
View of the NZR Road Services building on the corner of Durham Street and Victoria Street.
View along Durham Street with the Supreme Court building to the left.
View along Durham Street with the Durham Street Methodist Church at the intersection with Chester Street West.
View of grassed areas outside the Supreme Court building on Durham Street.
View of the NZR Road Services building on the corner of Durham Street and Victoria Street. On the right bottom coming into view is a tram travelling towards Papanui with a pram on the front.
Exterior of the former Canterbury Society of Arts Gallery at 282-286 Durham Street looking towards Armagh Street. The building was designed by J.J. Collins in 1897 and was used as a gallery until 1968...
Flooding from a hydrant on Durham Street outside the Durham Street Methodist Church.
Sign, gifted from church members, marking the entrance to the Aldersgate Centre at Durham Street Methodist Church, 309 Durham Street.
Mrs Glen Price of the southwest Christchurch ZONTA Club with a piece of pottery in the shape of a castle made by Sue Jenkinson, a Christchurch potter. The pottery is on display as part of an...
View up Durham Street with the Canterbury Society of Arts (CSA) gallery, 282-286 Durham Street, on the right. Cars are parked along the street with pedestrians in the background along Chester Street.
Interior of Durham Street Methodist Church at 309 Durham Street during renovations.
A cat named Snowy and a magpie bird sat in the cab of a van behind the Supreme Court on Durham Street.
Exterior of Durham Street Methodist Church viewed from across Durham Street. Cars are parked along the road in front of the church.
Exterior view of Durham Street Methodist Church, Christchurch Central Parish.
Situated on the banks of the River Avon between Armagh, Gloucester and Durham Streets. They were designed by architect Benjamin Woolfield Mountfort, and built in timber and stone in the Gothic Revival...
Exterior of Durham Street Methodist Church on the corner of Durham Street North and Chester Street.
Exterior of the Canterbury Provincial Chambers building taken from the corner of Durham and Gloucester Streets.
Firefighting extension ladder being guided over the Town Hall in Kilmore Street looking towards the Park Royal Hotel towards Victoria Square and the intersection with Durham Street.
People dining in the cafeteria at Aldersgate, Durham Street Methodist Church during lunch hour.