A student at Hillmorton High School, Roanne Barrett, with clock and stand sculptures received from the school's 25th anniversary committee. The clock is by Canterbury sculptor Garry Arthur, and the...
Window damage in Bob Brown's corner of Armagh and Manchester Streets.
Re-installation, following maintenance, of the clock on the Central Canterbury Electric Power Board Main South Road headquarters on the corner of Main South Road and Brynley Street in Hornby.
Mrs D. Stanton and grandchildren, Geoffrey and Christopher Fuller at the floral clock on Victoria Street.
M.E.D. test assistant Don Donaldson repairing an electric clock.
View of the Sumner Scarborough clock tower on the Esplanade in Sumner.
The Edmonds Clock Tower on the corner of Oxford Terrace and Madras Street.
The Simplex clock on the roof of the Sumner Surf Life Saving clubhouse at 301 Main Road, Sumner.
Painters Russell Campbell, Bert Reilly and Peter Robinson giving the Victoria Street clock a facelift.
The Salvation Army citadel and Victoria Street floral clock in Victoria Square.
View of the jubilee clock tower on Victoria Street on the corner of Victoria Street and Montreal Street.
Richard Dunn (left), John Anderson and Peter Dunn with the New Brighton clock face which was removed for repairs.
Harry Tickle and Jim Griffiths replacing the figures on the Municipal Electricity Department (MED) clock.
The jubilee clock in Victoria Street undergoing restoration works on the corner of Victoria Street and Montreal Street.
View of the digital clock on top of the Government Life building in Cathedral Square, taken from the roof of the Christchurch Star building on Kilmore Street.
Parks and Reserves staff rotary hoeing the lawn around the Victoria Street floral clock.
View of a crane setting the new clock for the MED building on Manchester Street in place.
Mr Fryer checking the Victoria Street clock is on time, a task he repeats each week.
J. Diver with his clock made of shells on the garage of his home at 222 Knowles Street in St Albans.
Construction of the Central Canterbury Electric Power Board building on the corner of Main South Road and Brynley Street in Hornby.
View of the New Brighton clock tower looking along Brighton Mall towards the intersection with Marine Parade.
Upham Gardens at the site of former Lyttelton prison.
View of electrician Gordon Williams disconnecting the clock above the Whitcoulls shop on Cashel Street. Looking on is Mrs Bette Sheffield a sales assistant for Whitcoulls.