Earthquake damaged shops on corner of Linwood Avenue and Buckleys Road.
The remains of the shed at 7 Edmond Street, Linwood, where eight greyhounds were burnt to death.
Warren Smith of Fendalton serving in a tennis match at Wilding Park.
Linwood Ave Primary School Rugby Team posing for an article about girls playing rugby for a school journal. Jessie Donnelly, Katie Senior, Gemma Thomson,?, Jan-Hai Iosefa.
Linwood Ave Primary School Rugby Team posing for an article about girls playing rugby for a school journal. Front: Daniel Davies, Jan-Hai Iosefa, ?, Katie Senior, ? Back: Jessie Donnelly and Gemma...
In 2016 this blackbird decided to raise her young in a nest built in a pot plant, at head height, right beside our front door. She and her babies would freeze whenever we went in or out, but were...
Exterior of a used furniture shop with no signs and a house attached at 661 Gloucester Street on the corner with Surrey Street in Linwood.
Exterior of a used furniture shop at 436 Hereford Street on the corner with Stanmore Road in Linwood.
Exterior of Gordons Dairy at 293 Hereford Street alongside residential housing in Linwood.
Exterior of a vacant former shop converted into a residential house at 333 Armagh Street in Linwood.
Exterior of the Midway Food Store at 115 Buckleys Road on the corner with Dacre Street in Linwood.
Exterior of the Central Mission Goodwill Store at 337 Cashel Street on the corner with Fitzgerald Avenue. A sign for a dairy is positioned on the corner in front of the goodwill store.
Exterior of a former grocer, now vacant, at 508 Cashel Street on the corner with Suffolk Street in Linwood.
Exterior of a former shop at 141 England Street on the corner with Armagh Street in Linwood.
Warren Edgecumbe playing with Larry Legge in the doubles match for Elmwood against Fendalton at Wilding Park.
Views of the New Zealand Blind Indoor Bowls Federation seventeenth national championships held at Kearneys Road Hall. [Frame 34] Stan Henderson guides D. Blackwell in bowling.
Mrs Cotton points to the position of the Early of Crawford on the family tree of her husband, R. C. Cotton.
Len Atkins hosts a tennis coaching session at Wilding Park. [Frames 29 to 30] Len Atkins. [Frame 31] Len Atkins and Max Morrison.
Views of the activities at the Labour Day picnic held at Linwood Park.
View of a match between Christchurch United and Dunedin Suburbs at Rangers Park.
Fruit and Vege shop on Cashel St.
Exterior of Makanji's Dairy at 339 Cashel Street in Linwood. Next door is a fish and chip shop.
Fergie McCormick, playing for Linwood against Belfast, with his wife Rose and daughter Joanne.