View of Eastern Christchurch and Avon-Heathcote estuary with Mount Pleasant.
Main Road and Peacock's Gallop.
View of Main Road and Rapanui Shag Rock.
Cave Rock, Sumner.
Rapanui Shag Rock with Cave Rock in the background.
Demolition of former Sumner Borough Council building on the corner of Nayland Street and Wakefield Avenue.
View of Sumner and Richmond Hill from Cave Rock.
Greg Gaffney of Sumner with a piece of debris from the blasting at Scarborough which bounced into his property on The Esplanade.
A roof of a house on The Esplanade which has been repaired after damage caused by debris from the blasting at Scarborough.
Lisa Morton of the Esplanade sits on a surfboard with her dog, Roger, at Sumner beach.
Members of the Sumner Bridge Club in the newly restored club rooms. Pictured are: G. V. Goodwin, K. Bruin, E. M. Pengelly, H. Andrews, J. Cooper, M. A. Sanders,
People dressed in period costumes celebrate the Sumner centennial.
Alice Grundy & family at Cave Rock, Sumner.
Places Rock villa, 24 Marriner Street, Sumner, before the earthquakes. Having lived here in 1970s - Mr Hickmott then owned this grand building. There were 5 flats at that time. Rockvilla was built in...
Margosue Penney (front) at Sumner - across the road from the park.
"Bird friends enjoying their evening in Sumner Beach" - Contributor's note
Hare Krishna followers on Bealey Avenue as part of a peace festival parade touring the South Island. A chariot pulled by bullocks is at the back of the parade.
Exterior of the Queen Anne style, Sumner School of the Deaf building and grounds.
Two surfers heading down towards Scarborough Beach wearing wet suits and carrying surf boards.
Silhouettes of two men heading down onto Scarborough beach with surf boards.
Group of Sumner School students posing in front of a large inflatable dinosaur.
Exterior of The Cabin tearooms and takeaways at 22 Esplanade in Sumner. Next door is the Cave Rock Gallery.
Exterior of the Beachcomber Restaurant at 25 Esplanade in Sumner with Sumner beach in the foreground.