Trainee firefighters, from left, D.S. O'Callaghan, B.J. Langdon and M.F. Logan in a storm water drain beneath Madras Street during a training exercise.
View along the Avon River towards the Madras Street bridge with Cambridge Terrace to the left.
Lisa Nankivell tending to "victim" Tim McHugh as part of the Order of St John's regional youth competition to demonstrate emergency rescue skills at Christchurch Polytechnic.
Demolition material and machinery storage at Barbadoes Street.
Mayor, George Manning, speaks to city youth group members at Latimer Square at the opening the Operation 21 campaign.
Concrete commercial building, structural and window damage at Harcourts building at 271 Madras Street.
Sunrise over eastern Christchurch.
Substation at 218E Madras Street. St Paul's Presbyterian church is in the background.
Substation on Madras Street outside Polytechnic.
Substation situated between 576 and 578 Madras Street. Looking north.
View from Oxford Terrace near Kilmore Street, looking towards the Madras Street bridge.
Aerial view of central Christchurch looking along Madras Street with Latimer Square in the centre. Barbadoes Street is to the right and Manchester Street to the left. Gloucester Street runs behind the...
Aerial view of central Christchurch city looking north west towards Hagley Park. Running diagonal to the left is High Street from the corner of Madras and St Asaph Street and through Tuam Street...
Scouts heading up Madras Street after leaving Latimer Square as part of the Spirit of Youth trek to Blue Skies, Kaiapoi.
Port Building at 297 Madras Street.
Lyttelton Harbour Board adminstration building on the corner of Madras Street and Oxford Terrace.
Biz Ninja Challenge Group Trophy in St. Paul's Trinity old church hall, Madras Street 2019.
Service station Colin Penney had a share in on corner of Tuam and Madras Streets. Currently still a service station - Mobil Madras.
Exterior of an office building on the corner of Madras Street and Lichfield Street.
The Tavern Rachael on the south west corner of Madras and St Asaph streets.
The King George Hotel on the north eastern corner of Madras and St Asaph streets.
Cliff Young, grandson of George Wong, holding a vase in his grandfather's shop, Hop Yick Cheong at 177 Madras Street.