Exterior of the George Manning Home at 147 Lyttelton Street, Spreydon, at the time it was opened by the Manchester Unity Homes Trust Board.
View of the George Manning Home courtyard area being landscaped during the construction of the home at 147 Lyttelton Street, Spreydon.
View of the entrance to the newly constructed George Manning Home by the Manchester Unity Homes Trust Board at 147 Lyttelton Street in Spreydon.
Members of the Craft group with their crafts at the George Manning Home for the Elderly in Spreydon. Pictured are, from left, Mrs D. Newton, Mrs D. Greig, Mrs A. Bullen and Mrs V. Piper.
William Marks, a resident who lives opposite the school, examines the burnt remains of a classroom at West Spreydon School at 147 Lyttelton Street in Spreydon.
Jenny Dillard, 26, outside Spreydon Fire Station after being rejected by the Fire Brigades Union of Canterbury following executives of the Union voting against allowing women into the fire service.
Cashmere High School dancing at Barrington Mall.
Inspector Tom Lynch (left), police community liaison officer, in the playground at Christchurch South Intermediate School teaching a self defence class to a group of students.
Construction of the new fire station at 77 Simeon Street in Spreydon. The new station is replacing the Sydenham fire station.
Members of the Canterbury Society of Model and Experimental Engineers working with miniature steam engines at the model engineering exhibition at Andrews Crescent in Spreydon.
Alice Grundy providing water for the cattle, Milton Street. This area extends from Milton Street to the pine trees which surrounded the Sydenham cemetery in the late 1920s.
Albert Grundy & family outside their shop in Selwyn St, Spreydon.
Exterior of the former grocer, converted into a residential house at 302 Barrington Street on the corner with Wychbury Street in Spreydon.
Exterior of the former grocer, converted into a residential house at 392 Barrington Street on the corner with Howard Street in Spreydon.
Sunnyside Hospital administration block. Designed by government architect John Campbell, the administration block was opened in 1892 and demolished in 2007. In 2002 I returned to high school and did...
Exterior of a former grocer converted into a residential house at 2 Brougham Street on the corner with Simeon Street in Spreydon.
Portraits of Jack Humm pruning a branch in the driveway of a property.
Aerial view of Barrington Mall, Barrington Park and surrounding houses. Barrington Street is to the left of the Mall with Simone Street on the right.
Exterior of a residential house converted from a shop at 227 Selwyn Street on the corner with Roseberry Street in Spreydon.
Exterior of a residential house at 228 Selwyn Street in Spreydon.
Exterior of the Metro Mini Market at 160 Lincoln Road on the corner with Nairn Street in Spreydon. The shop is painted red and branded with advertisements for Coca Cola.
Powerlines and pole outside houses on Barrington Street.
An incinerated mouse which was the cause of a shutdown at the Howard Street substation. Part of a porcelain insulator is still attached.