A reconstructed hut at the Chinatown in Cromwell which will be flooded by Lake Dunstan when the Clyde Dam is completed.
Two archaeology field workers examine a rock shelter in the Cromwell Gorge as part of programme directed by Neville Ritchie in the lead up to the flooding of the area to form Lake Dunstan as part of...
Dr Neville Ritchie, archaeologist, and his wife Alexy Simmons, in the former commercial area of Cromwell with a historic stone building. The building is due to be re-sited ahead of the area being...
Group of students in uniform from Riccarton High School cheering at an annual sports day event.
David Cox and Carole Evans, Christchurch City Councillors, scraping posters off the walls of the Moorhouse Avenue bridge. The posters were put up by John Y of Phantom Billstickers.
A student at Hillmorton High School, Roanne Barrett, with clock and stand sculptures received from the school's 25th anniversary committee. The clock is by Canterbury sculptor Garry Arthur, and the...
Exterior of the main office block at Riccarton High School
Exterior view of the main building at Marian College, Shirley. Cars are parked outside the main entrance and a banner for the Marian College hall fund is attached above the main entrance.
Exterior of Linwood High School buildings and playground. Several pupils are visible playing in the foreground.
Exterior of Hillmorton High School, Tankerville Road, Hoon Hay.
Exterior of the main entrance and sign for Aranui High School on Shortland Street.
Tim Croucher and Richard Fahey with their mural on the Canterbury International clothing company warehouse on Durham Street.
Students at Cashmere High School.
Exterior of RSA Sandilands settlement at 30 Pages Road in Aranui.
A group of students from Burnside High School participating in a Red Cross emergency relief exercise. Pictured are, from left, Elizabeth Norman, Darryn Pular, Donna Scott and acting as the victim...
Matthew Sigglekow building a snowman in the middle of Summit Road near the Sign of the Kiwi.
View along Victoria Street, near the Knox Presbyterian Church at the corner with Bealey Avenue, of a burst water main.
Mr Ron Gunn a railways employee due to retire, with two cats, Tiger (left) and Fluff who are mousers at Carlyle Street goods sheds for the railways.
Victoria Towers on the corner of Armagh Street and Oxford Terrace.