Rocking Horse Road on Southshore looking towards Mount Pleasant with the street and surrounding houses under flood water. The photograph was taken by the contributor's father, Norman Dawes, who worked...
Flooded section on Clarendon Street.
Thornton Street flooding in the 1970's. Nothing new to residents of the 1960's and 70's.
Photographer's note: This is where the planned stadium will rise up from, Moorhouse Avenue.
Mayor Hamish Hay inspects the condition of Rockinghorse Road with Graeme Wright and Bob McAlister.
Flooding looking towards Judge Street, Opawa, from Tabart Street. My grandparents' house in the centre. Circa 1930-1940s.
Waimakariri River in flood from banks of river near motorway bridges and dredging equipment.
Waimakariri River in flood from banks of river near motorway bridges.
Members of staff of Haywrights sweeping up water after heavy rain flooded the children's entertainment area on the roof of the store.
Flooding from a hydrant on Durham Street outside the Durham Street Methodist Church.
Flooded site of proposed housing development near Ferrymead.
The flooded property of the Erridge family, Studholme Street in Spreydon. Pictured are, Margaret Erridge (centre), Stuart Erridge (right) and their cousin Carl Julius.
Fallen willow on Cambridge Terrace.
Jetboat on flooded Clarendon Terrace.
Damaged tree and flooding on the banks of the Heathcote River.
Ron Buxton, wife Beverley and mother in law, Hazel Sullivan (centre), working to remove buckets of water from around their caravan at the flooded Spencer Park motor camp.
Lawrence Free, a market gardener, with flood damaged onions in his Marshland field.
Group of men working to remove a car partially submerged in water following a burst water main on Chester Street.
Exterior of the Royal George Tavern at 67 Fitzgerald Avenue with the street flooded. Customers are visible in the doorway to the Tavern looking out and a bicycle is parked outside.
A burst water hydrant floods Durham Street outside the Methodist Church.
A car being towed by a truck in flooded Gordon Avenue.
Council traffic patrol car drives through Richardson Terrace in flood.