The Main South Road is now Stafford St. On left of photo is the old Club Hotel which was pulled down quite a few years ago and is now a Chinese Restaurant. The photo is looking south, the building next to the Club Hotel was possibly incorporated in the Hotel at some stage, and the next taller building was the National Bank, which is still standing. On the right is now the old Govt. Life building which had Gabites Menswear shop underneath, which is now a small cafe. If you make a turn left you will see the Railway Station. 1899 1915
Stafford Street South, 1915
On the left heading south is is the Club Hotel then the
National Bank, National Mortgage, Regency Coy?, Union Bank, and Bank of NSW
Stafford Street, Timaru looking south April 2002.
Below. Same intersection looking up Stafford St. heading the opposite way. Alliance Assurance building on the right. 1900s. On the back of the postcard: The Star Series G.D. & D. London. Printed in Bavaria.
Frank Duncan Tourist Series 3017
On the back of the postcard: The printer was G. W. Hutton & Co.
The card was postmarked at Timaru 25 NO 08.
Straight ahead is Stafford Street, Timaru April 2002.
Cain's Terrace is the street to the right, up a small incline, ends at Strathallan St.
George St. runs through the intersection left and to the right (out of photo) past the Landing Service Building which is now Timaru' information Center and on down to the Railway Station.
25 Nov. 2011 Morton's
Taken from outside MAY"S Cake Shop
May's Tea & Coffee House
South Canterbury NZGenWeb Project