Damaged buildings in the city block of Worcester, Manchester and Gloucester Streets.
Earthquake damaged St Lukes Church, 185 Kilmore Street.
Damaged buildings on Machester Street.
Grand Chancellor Hotel and YHA on Manchester Street.
Grand Chancellor Hotel. Note the distortion on the building face not in the sun.
Earthquake damaged buildings in the CBD.
View of Manchester Street between Gloucester and Worcester Street. Seen from construction site of Pacific Tower, Gloucester Street.
View of buildings on Worcester Street and Manchester Street, looking south from the construction site of Pacific Tower, Gloucester Street.
Close up of buildings on Manchester Street and Worcester Street. Seen from construction site of Pacific Tower on Gloucester Street.
View of buildings east of Manchester Street and the corner of Worcester Street, as seen from the Pacific Tower construction site on Gloucester Street..
View of buildings southeast of Manchester Street and Worcester Street, with the Port Hills in the background.
View over northern Christchurch.
View over southern central city and the Port Hills.
Darryl Tatum and Phil Brown outside the front of the Recycled Recreation shop, traders in affordable used recreational gear at 81 Manchester Street.
Substation situated between 274 and 280 Manchester Street.
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...
Lime scooter outside the Whakamana: Cannabis Museum. 217 Manchester Street, Christchurch. In the Shands Emporium historic building. Sunday 29 September 2019
View of the Manchester Street bridge looking from just past the Edmonds Band Rotunda along Oxford Terrace.
View taken from an aeroplane along Moorhouse Avenue near the railway tracks. Colombo Street is to the left with the railway station and the intersection with Manchester Street in the centre.
An air-testing balloon in flight above the grounds of McLean's Mansion. The Mansion is visible in the background and a 4x4 vehicle and equipment for the balloon is in the foreground.
Exterior of the Christchurch Central Mission goodwill store on the corner of Manchester and Armagh Street.
R. C. Fineran with a flintlock blunderbus and C. K. Atkinson with a sword outside the Druids Hall on Manchester Street.
Close-up of the mural depicting Māui trapping the sun to form day as according to Māori legend. With the mural is Mrs Beverly Maraki in the Te Rau Aroha Communication Centre of Christchurch on...
A group of council officials at a finance committee meeting in the Council Chambers with James McCombs as the chair.