View across Tuam Street carpark, looking toward St Asaph Street with the Port Hills in the distance.
Cars for sale parked on the forecourt of Parkers Motors at 236 St Asaph Street.
St Asaph Street, looking west towards the intersection with Manchester Street.
Firefighters replacing a punctured tyre on a fire engine outside the Royal George Tavern at 67 Fitzgerald Avenue.
Views of a truck that tipped onto its side whilst unloading a fork-lift truck on St Asaph Street.
View of Colombo Street, looking south from intersection with Tuam Street.
Canterbury Brewery on the corner of St Asaph Street and Antigua Street.
Groups of people with banners on the balcony of the Railway Hotel at 80 Manchester Street during the Canterbury Rugby Supporters parade. [Frame 1] Banner 'Salute our rugby widows'. Frame 2] Banner '...
Scenes of floats in the Canterbury Rugby Supporters parade along Manchester Street. [Frames 1 and 2] Members of the Canterbury Rugby Union with the Ranfurly Shield. [Frame 3] Christchurch Star van in...
Children and crowds along Manchester Street outside the Railway Hotel during a Canterbury Rugby Supporters parade. [Frames 0 and 1] Two year old Kelvin Jones.
Marching girls and crowds along Manchester Street outside the Railway Hotel during a Canterbury Rugby Supporters parade.
Through the cordon - a set of five photos I took in central Christchurch in which I made a feature of the cordon.
Broken valve radio on St Asaph Street.
Mural in St Asaph Street with Canterbury characters including the Wizard of Christchurch.
Panel shop manager of Carthy Motors Ltd, D. Flanagan, sitting in a chair.
Spares manager at Carthy Motors Ltd, G. B. Hoskin, sitting by shelves.
General manager of Carthy Motors Ltd, R. A. H. Drayton, sitting on the arm of a chair wearing a suit.
Service manager at Carthy Motors Ltd, F. A. Melrose, sitting on the arm of a chair wearing an overall coat.
Sales director at Carthy Motors Ltd, R. C. J. Carthy, sitting in a chair wearing a suit.