Merivale house earthquake damage.
Merivale house earthquake damage, double cavity brick construction.
Brick boundary fence damage at a Merivale property
House damage to a Merivale property
Earthquake damage to shopfronts at Merivale.
Earthquake damage to St Albans Methodist Church, 165 Papanui Road.
Michelle Wright (right), Trustbank Canterbury Trustline supervisor showing Lisa Frater, a checkout operator at the Supervalue Supermarket in Merivale, how to use eftpos machines.
Substation at the shops on the corner of Strowan Road and Normans Road. Looking east across the railway line from Wairakei Road.
A cyclist and cars make their way down Office Road, Merivale.
One of the Pearce family wearing a WWI gas mask and army uniform at the Pearce family home Aikmans Road, Merivale about 1919.
When your family proudly owned a motorbike and sidecar in the 1920s you had to get photos of every family member riding it.
Exterior of St Georges Hospital main entrance and character building on Papanui Road.
Exterior of Merivale Lane Dairy at 64 Merivale Lane in Merivale.
Interior of stock displayed at Kiddey's Toy Centre in Merivale Mall, an additional store to the centre at 687 Colombo Street.
Exterior and signage of Leinster House restaurant, Merivale.
The Mayor of Christchurch, Vicki Buck, cutting the ribbon outside the new maternity unit at St George's Hospital site on Papani Road.
Students from Elmwood School with a time capsule to be buried to mark the opening of the school's new auditorium. Students are, from left, Mirabel Oliver, Anna Sidey and Hannah Glasson.
Merivale Autumn 2019.
The first overhead traffic lights in Christchurch on Papanui Road at the intersection with Mansfield Avenue in Merivale.
Close-up of a model on a catwalk holding a Quinns sign during a fashion show at Merivale shopping mall.
Stall holders with samples of the food on sale at the Asian Food Fair at Carlton Courts. The entrance to the Māori Restaurant is visible in the background.
Aroha House of Jade at Carlton Courts, 2 Papanui Road.