Godley House was built as a family home by Harvey Hawkins, ship chandler, ironmonger and speculator, and one of Lyttelton's leading citizens. The Stoddart family lived in Godley House until 1913.
Parapet and part building collapse, Café Valentino, Colombo Street.
Three women and a child dressed as fairies and sat in the outside seating of The Wave Bar on New Brighton Mall, New Brighton..
View of the exterior of the Salt on the Pier restaurant, cafe and bar at 195-213 Marine Parade, New Brighton. In the background a woman is waving to the camera as she walks towards New Brighton Pier.
A man called Mosche walking along Marine Parade outside Spagalimis in the Pier Side building in New Brighton. Mosche has lived in this suburb for more than 30 years.
Rear of Abalone Thai restaurant at Bishopdale Village Mall with chefs jacket hanging on the door.
Interior of one of the two restaurants at the Papanui Club at 310 Sawyers Arms Road, Bishopdale.
View across Bishopdale Village Mall at night with a sign for Abalone Thai restaurant lit up above the shop fronts. NZ Post office, The Feed Shack and Peter Timbs Meats shop fronts are also visible.
View across Bishopdale Village Mall at night with Abalone Thai restaurant lit up to the left.
Annies Wine Bar and Restaurant in the former West Lecture building at the Christchurch Arts Centre.
Cokers Backpackers (Cokers Hotel) and Rattlesnake Grill restaurant, 52 Manchester Street.
Interior of Cookai Restaurant
Grimsby's fine dining and café in the Cranmer Apartments building on the corner of Montreal Street and Kilmore Street.
View of signs and entrances to cafés and restaurants along Marine Parade in the Pierside building at New Brighton. Businesses include Indian on the Pier, Pier Side Café and Spagalimis Pizza.
Exterior of Halswell Quarry Corner Food Bar at 1 Kennedys Bush Road on the corner with Sparks Road.
Road works outside the shops on the corner of Kennedys Bush Road and Sparks Road. Halswell Hammer Hardware a fish and chip shop and the Halswell Quarry Food Bar are all visible across the road.
Customers dining at the Twisted Hop, 616 Ferry Road.
Beaths, on the corner of Colombo and Cashel streets, like most other department stores, had large tearooms. Calendar for 1955 on back.
Photographer's note: Hanging out at Little High Eatery, 255 St Asaph Street, City, Little High Eatery.
Photographer's note: Caribe Latin Kitchen, Little High Eatery, 255 Asaph Street.
Exterior view of the first and second floors of the building housing Honey Pot Pizza Bar and Ruben Blades hairdressers on the corner of Lichfield Street and Manchester Street.