Members of Sydenham Rugby Football Club clean up at Lancaster Park following a Dire Straits concert the previous evening. Pictured are, from left, Brent Smith, Caroline Mehlhopt and her son Nathan and...
A group of workmen preparing the stage on scaffolding for a Dire Straits concert at Lancaster Park.
Bill Rees (left) and Paddy Brandon with cans of Lion Brown beer at Lancaster Park no. 5 stadium to mark the first time cricket fans will be able to purchase liquor at the stand.
Groundsman Russell Wylie uses a roller at Lancaster Park to prepare the turf for an All-Blacks game.
View of AMI Stadium as seen from Talford Street.
View across the pitch towards empty stands of grounds maintenance taking place at Lancaster Park.
Student volunteer cleaning up Lancaster Park of beer cans following the one day cricket match, during which violence and can throwing was reported.
Big Bertha, a motorised heavy roller at Lancaster Park with groundsman Russell Wylie inspecting the ground nearby. Bertha is used to prepare the pitch for cricket matches.
Views of Lancaster Park during a rugby match.
Construction at Lancaster Park looking towards the central city.
Scenes during gameplay of a rugby match at Lancaster Park.
Cranes and reconstruction of No. 2 stand at Lancaster Park including the installation of new roofing.
Removal of sacks and cover used to dry ground at Lancaster Park. Charlie Rhodes (foreground), a Canterbury Rugby Union Official and Victory Park Board member, assists with their removal.
Warner Barber (left) and Russell Wylie, Lancastr Park Groundsman, putting a synthetic cover in place at Lancaster Park to protect the pitch from getting waterlogged during rain storms.
Cargo containers in a goods yard off Waltham Road. To the north east are a ten pin bowling alley at 15 Iversen Terrace and Lancaster Park.