Newspaper caption: A trip to the Midland Railway Works: Springfield to Broken River
Albie Bettle standing outside his Four Square Store on the corner of 16 Station Road, Heathcote Valley. Snow fell from 12-14 July followed by a gale on 13 July.
Furniture, bar, and floor covering displays at Blakeleys, with staff helping customers.
Furniture and electronics on display at Blakeleys in Kaiapoi.
Photographs of the damage caused at Ben’s Bargain Bin by vandals who smashed bottles and poured foodstuffs on the floor. [Frames 13a, 14a and 15a] Managing director Ben Clemons and two staff members...
Photographs of the damage caused at Ben’s Bargain Bin by vandals who smashed bottles and poured foodstuffs on the floor. [Frames 23 and 24] Managing director Ben Clemons looking at the damage.
Preparations for the opening of Ben’s Bargain Bin wholesale grocery store in Lincoln Road.
Preparations for the opening of Ben’s Bargain Bin wholesale grocery store in Lincoln Road and owner Ben Clemons.
Portraits of K.H Lethaby.
Views of the National Foods shop on Colombo Street.
Retiring hatters Alf Williamson and his mother Mrs Manners, in front of their store, Williamson’s Hatters, on Colombo Street.
Pile of bricks from collapsed gable wall of Avon Bridal on 213 Durham Street South.
Debris from damaged block of shops on Colombo Street, looking north from outside 593 Colombo Street.
Damaged block of shops behind temporary fencing on Linwood Avenue, at the corner with Aldwins Road.
Sink hole filled with water in the Para Pools car park at 131 Moorhouse Avenue, Addington.
Partially collapsed book store at 7 Riccarton Road.
Damaged Whiteware store at 402 Worcester Street, Linwood.
The rear of damaged High Street shops, looking north west from St Asaph Street.
Liquefaction in The Spa and Pool Factory Ltd shop at 362 St Asaph Street, near the intersection with Fitzgerald Avenue.