Manchester Street looking East
Looking west down Worcester Street towards Manchester Street from Latimer Square.
Looking north west towards Manchester Street across empty land between Worcester Street and Gloucester Street.
Damage to the facade of 245 Manchester Street.
Views of 44 gallon drum on Manchester Street.
St Asaph Street, looking west towards the intersection with Manchester Street.
View of a building on a rear section at 312 Manchester Street which was damaged by fire.
Exterior of the Epworth Chambers on the corner of Manchester Street and Hereford Street.
Staff of the Avalon daycare centre at 417 Manchester Street with children. Staff pictured are, from left, Maryanne Bourk, Margaret Wright, Christina Kilkelly and Susan Breurkes.
Derek Lovejoy at the corner of High Street near the intersection with Manchester Street. Derek is proposing that High Street becomes a pedestrian mall.
Crozier Motors were the Austin Agents in Christchurch. This photo was taken in 1936 with my Uncle Allan Reeve at far left.
Artwork by Bing Dawe on the footpath outside the Municipal Electricity Department on Manchester Street.
For Sale sign outside the Municipal Electricity Department building on Manchester Street.
Manchester Street Bridge crossing the Avon River.
Peter Ballard on the roof of the former Trinity Church, now owned by State Insurance, overlooking Manchester Street.
No fishing sign in the water filled excavation beside the Municipal Electricity Department building on Manchester Street.
Mr C.J. Berryman, outside and on the marble stairs at the former city chambers on Manchester Street. Mr Berryman has just bought the chambers with plans to renovate the area into a dance floor...