Mr Phillip Brown, a pay clerk at Aulsebrook and Company Ltd, at his desk in the company offices on the corner of Montreal Street and St Asaph Street. Mr Brown has just returned to work following a...
The Environmental Centre in the former University of Canterbury Student Union building at the Arts Centre.
Former Christchurch Police Station with heavenly cover.
Emergency management personnel in the Operations Centre at the Christchurch Art Gallery Civil Defence HQ after the 22 February 2011 earthquake.
Large trailer unit with mobile toilets parked outside the Christchurch Ar Gallery for use by emergency management personnel after the 22 22 February 2011 earthquake.
Irony of the current exhibition title at the Christchurch Art gallery when the 22 February 2011 earthquake struck.
Catering staff at the Temporary Emergency Management Centre at the Christchurch Art Gallery.
Staff working in the foyer of the Temporary Emergency Management Centre at the Christchurch Art Gallery.
Civil defence staff in the the Temporary Emergency Management Centre at the Christchurch Art Gallery
Earthquake damage to the Arts Centre, corner of Worcester and Montreal Streets.
Victoria Clock Tower at the intersection of Salisbury, Montreal and Victoria streets.
Earthquake damage to Old Christchurch Girls' High School building, corner of Armagh Street and Montreal Street.
Spire of the Victoria Clock Tower on the corner of Victoria and Montreal streets.
Earthquake damage to Cranmner Courts, as seen from Montreal Street.
Exterior of the former Canterbury College Registry building, part of the Arts Centre on the corner of Montreal Street and Worcester Boulevard.
Masonry damage on converted apartment building on Montreal Street.
Masonry damage on converted apartment building at 30 Peterborough Street.
1 of 24 photos by FG Radcliffe in a booklet titled "Scenes from Christchurch New Zealand's Garden City". Photo "Christchurch from Aeroplane" is a view of Christchurch City. Tourist series 871. "SS...
My mother Lyn & me (Roselyn) 1950, with her beloved new car, a little Standard. ┬áShe loved to drive and took me everywhere. Taken in Montreal Street.
I'm 12 months old; living in Montreal St; in my pram waiting for walk with my mum.
Taken in the front yard of Montreal Street on little girl's birthday, 1952, age 2 years. Being taken out for a ride in the car.
Christchurch Art Gallery Te Puna o Waiwhetū on the corner of Worcester Boulevard and Montreal Street.
Grimsby's fine dining and café in the Cranmer Apartments building on the corner of Montreal Street and Kilmore Street.