View of Kilmore Street, looking east from near the corner of Durham Street North.
Exterior of Douglas Lilburn auditorium and James Hay Theatre as seen from Kilmore Street.
Exterior of Douglas Lilburn auditorium as seen from Kilmore Street.
Entrance to the Christchurch Town Hall under restoration.
Exterior of James Hay Theatre as seen from Kilmore Street.
The exterior of the James Hay Theatre at the Christchurch Town Hall, partially obscured by a tree. As seen from Kilmore Street.
Colombo Street, looking south from the corner with Kilmore Street.
Sign on Kilmore Street advertising the restoration of the Christchurch Town Hall.
The Kilmore Street facade of the Christchurch Town Hall under restoration.
Views of the Town Hall construction.
Three year old Denise Bigham with entries into "The Star" School Playtime colouring competition at "The Star" offices on Kilmore Street.
Views of Alan Ward, a walker and hemiplegic who completed a marathon walk to raise money for Telethon.
Views of David and Peter Godfrey, canoeing instructors, with a newly designed canoe outside the offices of the Christchurch Star, Kilmore Street.
Views of Graeme Silvester, secretary of the Canterbury Lifesaving Association with daughter, Jane.
I. B. (Barry) Brickell with the sculpture commissioned by Waitaki NZ Refrigerating, Kilmore Street. The sculpture is in the main foyer of the building.
A crane on the construction site of the Christchurch Town Hall from Kilmore Street.
A St John Ambulance member tends to a "victim" with a broken leg in a simulated disaster amongst the ruins of Limes Hospital. Done under emergency lighting as part of a civil defence training exercise...
A St John Ambulance member tends to a "victim" in a simulated disaster amongst the ruins of Limes Hospital. Done under emergency lighting as part of a civil defence training exercise.
Children joining in with a weekly sing-along at the Caledonian Hall. Pictured are, from left, Dean Jillings, Marie Mcleod and her sister Katrina Mcleod.