Scenes of the busy Christchurch City fruit and produce markets at Market Row in the block between Lichfield Street and Tuam Street in the run up to Christmas.
Proposed site of the central fire station prior to construction, taken from Lichfield Street looking south-east towards Barbadoes Street, Christchurch Gas Works and the Port Hills.
Firefighters using the pole at the Christchurch Central Fire Station at 178 Lichfield Street.
Firefighters descending from the recreation room via a pole at the Christchurch Central Fire Station at 178 Lichfield Street.
CBD looking east of Colombo Street.
Aerial photo of the CBD with Barbadoes Street running diagonally.
Demolition material and machinery storage at Barbadoes Street.
Aitken & Roberts. Picture of business (ironmongers) Lichfield Street, Christchurch. Who also was the owner of Maesbury in New Brighton Road.
Aerial view of the Square
1 of 24 photos by FG Radcliffe in a booklet titled "Scenes from Christchurch New Zealand's Garden City". Photo "Christchurch from Aeroplane" is a view of Christchurch City. Tourist series 871. "SS...
Photograph of an original SARGOOD, SON & EWEN 1886 calendar.
Ghost sign at what was then SOL (South of Lichfield) Square on exterior wall of His Lordship's Cafe and Bar. Marks the previous location of His Lordships Hotel and Larder (built 1885).
Aerial photo of Christchurch Central taken on a scenic flight from a small plane in 1961.
Strange's Building (219-223) at the corner of High Street and Lichfield Street.
Shops on Lichfield Street, looking east towards the intersection with Manchester Street.
Lichfield Street shops looking east towards the intersection with Madras Street.
House of Stylemaster advertisement on the western façade of 140 Lichfield Street.
140 and 142 Lichfield Street.
Lichfield Street looking west towards the intersection with Manchester Street.
Felicity's brothel at 140 Lichfield Street.
Looking north east across the intersection of Manchester Street and Lichfield Street from 114 Lichfield Street.
"During the rebuild we had so many high viz workers. As they took breaks, usually sitting against a wall near their work site, all sorts of interactions took place. Here is one of my favourites." -...
Photographer's note: Aging Absolut Vodka poster on what once was the Minx Cocktails building, 91 Lichfield Street.
Photographer's note: Man spraying weeds, 221 Lichfield Street.