The Cashfields building, designed by England Brothers, was built in around 1909/10 for the DIC (Drapery Importing Company) to replace the previous building destroyed by Fire in 1908. In 1978 following...
Colombo Street, between Cashel and Lichfield, looking North-East.
High Street, Echo Records buildings with cars parked outside.
Colonial Mutual building on the Square.
An old advertising sign for McCormick Reapers & Binders on a brick building in Lichfield Street.
Several old advertising signs on a brick building in Tuam Street. Shows advertising for New Zealand Candle Co., Nelson, Moate & Co. Pure Teas.
Winning entry in the People category of the 2013 Christchurch City Libraries Photo Hunt. Judge’s comments "Well observed and totally relaxed photo of a street scene in the CBD. The people are going...
Living statues Cathedral Square
This boarding house stood on the Worcester St/Barbadoes St corner. Driving past I noticed an elderly man sitting on the veranda in the sun. He sat like a statue while I took his photo. I even got in...
All that was left of 208 Worcester St after the 'quakes.
The Lyttelton Timeball Station, 30 January 2011. Little did I know that three weeks later this magnificent building would be destroyed.
Phyllis Morse (later Loader), left, sister Mary Morse and friend Lorraine Fuller walking along Purau Avenue with Purau in the background.
Christchurch City Fire Service, Lichfield St, which was in the old Turners and Growers building site. On back of photo "No. 2 machine 'Denis" 1926- "
Fire engine in front of Christchurch Fire Service building, Lichfield Street. by Action Photos, Christchurch.
Christchurch Fire service Lichfield St. On back of photo: No. 1 machine. 1926 - 30.
Service station Colin Penney had a share in on corner of Tuam and Madras Streets. Currently still a service station - Mobil Madras.
Weir was to raise water level when rowing was near. from west bank.
Clement Bayard. Approx. 1906. Kilmore Street, outside Limes Hospital.
Harris & Sons Butchers. 789 Colombo Street, near Kilmore Street. 1930 Ford Model A, Butchers van.
Junior pupils enjoying the snow at Richmond Primary School Christchurch, winter 1938 or 1939. School building in background. Shona Fairburn (centre left) just received a snowball hit. by class teacher...