Lyttelton, looking along Sumner Road and London Street, Police Station in foreground
Mr D. Lublow, civil and naval tailor, sat in his London Street store in Lyttelton next to a traditional Singer sewing machine prior to the closure of his shop after five generations.
The demolition of the Volcano Cafe, the Lava Bar, Lyttelton Fisheries and the Coastal Living Design store following the February 22 earthquake.
Alleyway on eastern side of Lyttelton Bakery, 11 London Street. Bakery address was also 13 London Street
6 London Street, Lyttelton. Site of former No. 6 Cafe. In the background is 2 London Street
Transitional garden. Site of former Albion Hotel, 44 London Street. Now Albion Square
Shroom Room Cafe, 48 London Street, Lyttelton
Porthole Bar. 42 London Street. Corner of London Street and Canterbury Street. Lyttelton. Site of former The Volcano Cafe and The Lava Bar
Empty site of former Harbour Light Cinema located at 24 London Street.
Empty site of former store located at 6 London Street, formerly C. Mazey watchmaker and jewellers. Site in use for storage of shipping container and various other items.
Transitional garden at 44 London Street, Lyttelton.
Rubble, traffic cones, and temporary fencing around the collapsed facade of Richmond Working Men's Club, 75 London Street, Richmond.
Exterior of the new Lyttelton fire station prior to its opening at 57 London Street.
Exterior of a house converted from a shop at 33 London Street on the corner with Perth Street in Richmond.
Miss Monica Robinson with a radio presented to her by the Aged Peoples Welfare Council.
Aerial photo of Lyttelton taken on a scenic flight from a small plane in 1961.
View of Lyttelton town.
View of London Street substation showing the adjoining wall of neighbouring property.
Liquefaction in taped off playground at Richmond Community Creche.