Earthquake damage on High Street looking towards Madra Street.
Masonry building damage on the corner of Hereford and High Streets.
Masonry building damage on the corner of Hereford and High Streets. The Flour Power sculpture in the Triangle Centre at the intersection of Colombo and High Streets.
Section of Mckenzie and Willis, 236 Tuam Street.
McKenzie and Willis building, corner of Tuam and High streets.
Newspaper caption: The first Wesleyan Church in Christchurch was erected in High Street on a site given by Mr John Broughton. The opening services were conducted by the Rev J. Aldred, on April 16...
My Mother and Grandmother on their way to shop in High Street, late 1950s. Note old Bank of NZ building, Jowett Bradford Van.
Aerial view of central Christchurch city looking north west towards Hagley Park. Running diagonal to the left is High Street from the corner of Madras and St Asaph Street and through Tuam Street...
Excavation of the site for the Stewart fountain on the triangle formed by the corner of High Street and Colombo Street.
Senior Hairstylist, Lee-Anne Cummings demonstrating computer technology, which allows customers to try a hairstyle electronically, on Star reporter Eirwen Harris at Bruno Barberellis' hairdressers on...
High Street, looking East towards Cashel Street intersection. Hannahs Building at 230 High Street on left.
The photo shows the Category 1 Heritage listed Fisher Building, often also referred to as the Hanafins Building,on the left. The Venetian Gothic Fisher building was designed by William Armson in 1871...
Cotter's Electrical business moved to 158 High Street in 1919.
The 1906 Billens Building, originally known as England Brothers House, is the most prominent building in this photo. It was badly damaged in the 2011 earthquakes and destroyed by arson in December...
The McKenzie & Willis building on the corner of Tuam and High Strets was designed by England Brothers for the furniture retailer A. J. White. Mackenzie & Willis acquired the business in 1980....
High Street corner with Hotel Grand Chancellor
Hairdresser & Tobacconist advertising sign in High Street. An old advertising sign for "Hairdresser & Tobacconist" on a brick building in High Street.
Advertising for Jones Cycle Company on reverse of card with photo of Miss Floss Crofts, New Zealand Ladies Champion.
Looking West, probably from Cashel Street parking building. From Cashel Street car park? Looking west.
Cashel Mall. Photo taken 2007 - 2010
Pedestrians crossing at the intersection of High Street, Hereford Street and Colombo Street. Taken looking down City Mall towards the Trust Bank building.
A Budget Tyre Centre branded car travelling north along Colombo Street towards the intersection with High Street.
Cathedral Square viewed from an aeroplane looking north west across the Square to North Hagley Park. Victoria Street is to the right leading up towards Papanui Road and Papanui.
Pharmacists Bryan Hanafin (left) and Malcolm Mark of Hanafins Chemist on High Street with nutritional products. The pharmacy supplies nutrition and sports appliances to Coast to Coast contestants.