Photo shows bridge over the Avon River from Carlton Mill Rd to Little Hagley Park near Millbrook Reserve. On reverse of postcard: F. T. Marble Opalette Series. Registered No. 529170. No stamp...
The Avon, Christchurch, from the White Bridge
The nurses' home, designed by J. C. Maddison and built in 1894, stood on "Hospital Corner" - the corner of Oxford Terrace and Riccarton Avenue Postcard P. T. [Post & Telegraph] Series 99.
This miniature gold rugby ball was given to all 7 rugby players when they won a 7 a Side game on the Peninsula. They represented Banks Peninsula 7 a Side tournament 1914 - 100 years ago this year...
Built by my grandfather Billy Winsor, who had an expert stone mason working for him at the time. Rock from the Halswell Quarry was used often in his houses.
Linwood Ave service station Cashel Street/Linwood Avenue corner.
Photos were taken in 1970 or 1971 of the annual student procession in Christchurch
Thornton Street flooding in the 1970's. Nothing new to residents of the 1960's and 70's.
From a series of three photos illustrating the beginning of the QEII expressway, 1986-87
Through the cordon - a set of five photos I took in central Christchurch in which I made a feature of the cordon.
At the intersection of Cashel and High Streets. No 8 of 8 postcards. Scenes of Early Christchurch reproduced for Stampex '85, National Youth Philatelic Exhibition, held in Christchurch 29 August - 1...
Photo shows bridge at Carlton Mill corner with horse and dray on bridge. Probably the first bridge built in 1854 and replaced in 1924. On reverse address and message in Dutch.(?), & F. T. Series No...
Sepia postcard showing group of children on mown river bank near Cashel Street bridge. On reverse: F. T. Series Embossed Sepia No. 201. Printed in Saxony. Note on back in pencil: 1st Cashel St...
From a series of three photos illustrating the beginning of the QEII expressway, 1986-87.
A joyous Christmas. Victoria Bridge. On the Avon, Christchurch, N.Z. Verso - To Pearl, from Julia. Tanner Bros Ltd, No. 268
Child sitting beside dressed up horse
All these boxes full of petrol - two four-gallon [containers] in each box stacked about 20 high. These boxes sell today for $40 each.
Newspaper photograph of footbridge from Christ's College into Hagley Park near Armagh Street entrance.
Christchurch Cathedral, interior and exterior
Pulpit at Christchurch Cathedral.