Close-up of a section depicting youth on the Citizens War Memorial in Cathedral Square.
View of the 'Knitting for the Front' (known as Knitting Girl) statue at Windsor House Home for the Elderly in Shirley. The statue is owned by the Canterbury Society of Arts on indefinite loan to...
The Governor General, Sir Arthur Porritt meeting residents and admiring the statue of 'Knitting Girl' on the grounds of Windsor House home for the elderly in Shirley during a visit to commemorate 10...
The Governor General, Sir Arthur Porritt meeting residents, admiring the statue of 'Knitting Girl' and unveiling a plaque to commemorate 10 years since the Windsor House home for the elderly opened in...
Statue by sculptor, Llew Summers, outside the Waimairi District Council flats in Manse Place, Redwood.
Specimen trees at eastern end of the Botanic Gardens near Rolleston Avenue. To the right is the William Sefton Moorhouse statue, with the School of Arts buildings in the background across Rolleston...
Specimen tree in eastern end of the Botanic Gardens. To the right is the William Sefton Moorhouse with the intersection of Rolleston Avenue and Hereford Street in the background and the School of...
View of the Christchurch Botanic Gardens looking parallel to Rolleston Avenue towards the William Sefton Moorhouse statue and the Curator's house.
View of the Botanic Gardens after snowfall, looking towards the William Sefton Moorhouse statue and Curator's House with Rolleston Avenue behind.
A group of children run northward up Rolleston Avenue towards the statue of William Rolleston.
Damaged statue in the window of the Stanmore Road St Vincent de Paul shop.
Statue of Queen Victoria in Victoria Square, looking south to Armagh Street and the construction of Te Pae convention centre.
Members of the Veterans' Association, Army, Navy and auxiliary forces lay a wreath at the Queen Victoria statue to commemorate the signing of the South African War peace treaty.
Veterans of the South African War commemorate the signing of the South African War peace treaty in Victoria Square by the Queen Victoria statue.
Topiary elephant as part of the 2011 Festival of Flowers, located in Cathedral Square.
Victoria Square with the statute of Captain James Cook and the Victoria Street Bridge.
Captain Scott statue in Oxford Terrace with crane behind
Broken concrete statue at the demolition site of QEII Park.
Broken concrete statue at the demolition site of QEII Park. An excavator is in the background.
Group portrait of staff at the Robert Francis Ltd music store on the corner of High Street and Tuam Street.