Views of traffic warden, Margaret Whall, issuing a parking ticket to a car parked on High Street. The High Street post office building is in the background on the corner with Tuam Street.
Scenes of the busy Christchurch City fruit and produce markets at Market Row in the block between Lichfield Street and Tuam Street in the run up to Christmas.
Views of vandalism at The Scene club on Tuam Street.
Lawrie and Wilson Auctioneers building, 210 Tuam Street.
Section of Mckenzie and Willis, 236 Tuam Street.
McKenzie and Willis building, corner of Tuam and High streets.
Partly collapsed Smith City building with roof parking
CBD looking east of Colombo Street.
Aerial photo of the CBD with Barbadoes Street running diagonally.
Demolition material and machinery storage at Barbadoes Street.
Aerial photograph of Christchurch Public Hospital, gardens and museum
1 of 24 photos by FG Radcliffe in a booklet titled "Scenes from Christchurch New Zealand's Garden City". Photo "Christchurch from Aeroplane" is a view of Christchurch City. Tourist series 871. "SS...
Work being carried out in a Vanguard motor car at Motor Assemblies who were situated in Tuam Street 1940s - 1965. From back of photo: Soldering or lead-loading joints which would otherwise not be...
Soldering work being carried out at Motor Assemblies, Tuam St, Christchurch. NZ Motor Assemblies Ltd factory was on the South side of Tuam Street at the Fitzgerald Avenue corner.
View of Tuam Street buildings including Mask, Atami Bath House (217 Tuam Street) and Affordable Elegance (219 Tuam Street).
The Christchurch City Council Civic Offices building on Tuam Street.
Bean Bags and Beyond (626 Colombo Street) on the corner of Colombo Street and Tuam Street.
Aerial photo of Christchurch Central taken on a scenic flight from a small plane in 1961.
FEASTA, the street party event of FESTA public festival of architecture, design and food. This exhibit gathered audio clips of food memories and is along Tuam Street opposite the Justice Precinct.
"My mother's first job at Lichfield Shirt Co, Staff photo 1938-1939. Tuam Street." - Contributor's note
A window cleaner at work on Edison Hall, 230 Tuam Street.
214 and 210 Tuam Street.
Corner of Tuam Street and High Street.
Millers Building and surrounding area from the air.