Photographer's note: Worker at C1 picking herbs from the cafe's garden, 185 High St, Christchurch Central City.
Views of vandalism at The Scene club on Tuam Street.
The computer area of the traffic control centre at the civic offices in Tuam Street.
Testing of Action Man figure at the Consumers' Institute at 482 Tuam Street.
Tas Scott, retiring head of the Consumers' Institute in the Institute's testing laboratory at 482 Tuam Street.
Mr David Biggs of the Consumers' Institute, at 482 Tuam Street, with a face cloth which became ragged after 200 cycles in one washing machine.
Judy Craven standing on steps of unidentified theatre in a costume helmet with calvary sword and Battle of Waterloo medal to promote a film screening in the theatre. Thought to be the motion picture...
[Frame 17a to 19a] Workers preparing to leave the Tuam Street premises of Anglican City Mission Open Door Coffee Club. [Frame 20a to 22a] Workers preparing the new premises of the Anglican City...
Mr Philpott tests prams at the Consumers' Institute at 482 Tuam Street.
Mr Philpott and Elizabeth Kennedy test the brakes of a pram at the Consumers' Institute at 482 Tuam Street.
Live street art demonstrations in the SALT Square by the DTR Crew: Dcypher, Ikarus, Wongi and Jacob Yikes. Saturday 5 October 2019.
Built 1912, for Lawrie and Wilson Auctioneers. The building later became the Pink Pussycat Night Club, then used by the Christchurch City Council Traffic Department and Parking Unit. The land is...
This scene was photographed by my father and features a PA Vauxhall Velox with bicycle protruding from the boot. Hospital corner is at the intersection of Hagley & Riccarton Avenues and Tuam Street.
A panorama of High Street looking towards Madras Street from near the junction with Tuam Street.
A panorama of High Street from Tuam Street looking towards the High Street Post Office on the left. Cars are passing along Tuam Street including a Volkswagen Beetle car.
Panorama of High and Tuam St intersection looking towards Lichfield Street showing A. J. White Ltd, the High Street Post Office and Para Rubber. Poplar Street is also visible on the right.
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.
Street view of the White Swan Hotel at 32 Tuam Street.
Construction of Ao Tawhiti Unlimited Discovery, as seen from Colombo Street and Tuam Street intersection.
Mata Lane looking north towards The Crossing car parking building.