Former servicemen attending the Battle of Britain commemoration at the Citizens' War Memorial in Cathedral Square.
View over western Christchurch from the Pacific Tower building.
Rooftops of buildings east of Cathedral Square.
Looking west over the rooftops of north east Cathedral Square.
Buildings on north west side of Cathedral Square.
The Regent Theatre, southwest corner of Cathedral Square.
Oi Sagapolu, Watene Ruha and Lindsay Berryman fixing the roof of the south transept of ChristChurch Cathedral.
Cathedral Square looking east from Worcester St bridge; Avon Cinema under construction on right.
View of Cathedral Square after alterations have been made to the Godley plot.
View of a large crowd gathered in Cathedral Square. Amongst the crowd a flag of the Soviet Union is seen.
View of Cathedral Square at night.
Thanksgiving service held in Cathedral Square.
Crowds of people gathered in Cathedral Square for a Centennial thanksgiving service. Image taken from ChristChurch Cathedral and looking down towards the Regent Theatre and the Robert Godley statue.
View looking across Cathedral Square covered in snow towards the Regent Theatre.
Aerial view of the Square
Looking down on the Square, Negative - Looking down on the Square. Post Office Building, Regent Theatre
1 of 24 photos by FG Radcliffe in a booklet titled "Scenes from Christchurch New Zealand's Garden City". Photo "Cathedral Square". FG. G. Radcliffe. Photo-5685.
The Post Office, Cathedral Square, Christchurch. N.Z. Postcard W. & T. Series
Construction in the Square.
Taken from the Worcester Street bridge over the Avon, this photo looks down Worcester Street to ChristChurch Cathedral. Christchurch's trams are decorated with Christmas ribbons on a beautiful summer...
"VE Day in Cathedral Square. My parents (on the right) travelled from Methven to Christchurch for the celebrations." - Contributor's note
Regent Theatre, 1957. Taken from a cameral that issued postage stamp size photo.
A tram approaches the corner of Oxford Terrace and Worcester Street. Visible are The Clarendon, Avon Theatre and Regent Theatre.