Christchurch Hospital viewed from Riccarton Avenue.
Photographer's note: Cars line up at the lights during rush hour, Deans Avenue, Riccarton Road intersection.
Christchurch Hospital and Nurses' Home.
Night view of Riccarton Avenue, as seen from Christchurch Hospital, before the installation of Osira Lamps.
Traffic Officer Peter Buzzard at the intersection between Riccarton Avenue and Hagley Avenue outside the Christchurch Hospital.
This scene was photographed by my father and features a PA Vauxhall Velox with bicycle protruding from the boot. Hospital corner is at the intersection of Hagley & Riccarton Avenues and Tuam Street.
Jockey Max Skelton lying in bed at Christchurch Hospital, where he is recovering from injuries sustained during a fall at Riccarton Racecourse on 14 April 1971. [Frames 42a and 43a] An unidentified...
Doctor performing hair transplant surgery on patients head in Christchurch.
Doctor removing plugs of hair from the back of the patients head, for transplant to the bald area of the head.
The construction site of the Christchurch Hospital building.
Views of the long steel beams for the new Christchurch hospital building.
Views of the Radiotherapy Department at Christchurch Hospital.
View taken during a flight over Christchurch Hospital along Riccarton Avenue, with the intersection with Hagley Avenue at the bottom centre.
Portraits of Morrie Campbell, a skydiver who survived a 2700ft plunge, at Christchurch Hospital.
Views of the Casualty Department in Christchurch Hospital.
James Gillespie Barclay, former Labour Minister of Agriculture and New Zealand High Commissioner in Australia, listening to the radio at Christchurch Hospital.
Covered walkway construction at Christchurch Hospital.