Penny Farthing Cycles, Odeon Theatre, and the Christchurch City Council traffic department and parking unit in the Lawrie and Wilson Auctioneers building on Tuam Street.
A tram in Cathedral Junction from Gloucester Street.
View through Cathedral Junction from Gloucester Street to Worcester Street.
Cotters Lane in the C F Cotter & Co. building on High Street.
Photo shows, from left to right: 238 Tuam Street, part of the McKenzie & Willis Building on the corner of Tuam and High Streets; 236 Tuam Street, built in 1902, Barbara Lee Corporate Design; 232 Tuam...
McKenzie & Willis on the corner of Tuam and High Streets, looking towards St Asaph Street.
The McKenzie & Willis building on the corner of Tuam and High Streets was designed by England Brothers for the furniture retailer A. J. White. Mackenzie & Willis acquired the business in 1980...
Alice in Videoland in the former High Street Post Office building on the corner of High and Tuam Streets.
Victoria Black and Kennetts Jewellers buildings on High Street.
Fountain on the corner of High Street and Colombo Street, with the Hotel Grand Chancellor in the background.
The Old Government Building on the south-east corner of Cathedral Square and Worcester street was converted to the Heritage Hotel and apartments in the 1990s.
Crowds in Cathedral Square. ANZ bank is visible on the right, and BNZ bank is visible on the left.
The Worcester Street entrance to Cathedral Junction.
East façade of the former chief post office in Cathedral Square. The Regent Theatre and Clarendon Towers can be seen on the right and the Telecom Building in Hereford Street overshadowing the post...
The former ANZ Bank Chambers at 180-184 High Street, on the Lichfield, Manchester and High Street corner.
A tram on New Regent Street, looking towards Armagh Street.
A tram in Cathedral Junction, viewed from Gloucester Street.
McKenzie & Willis on the corner of Tuam and High Street.
The Christchurch City Council traffic department and parking unit in the Lawrie and Wilson Auctioneers building on Tuam Street.