Portrait of author and retired Canterbury Malting Co administration manager, Ernest G. Collins, with his book, Malting in the Heathcote Valley. The book was supplied to staff, retired staff, public...
A queue of vehicles by the entrance to the Lyttelton tunnel. The tunnel was closed due to the annual spring cycle allowing cyclists through instead of vehicles. One man waves a fist in frustration of...
Dave Merritt taking a corner ahead of Robin Wilkinson at the start of the Heathcote Valley Go-kart Grand Prix. In the background are racers, from left, Bill Munn, Doug Varnham and Doug Drake.
Horse riders ascending the Bridle Path next to the Lyttelton Tunnel with the Heathcote Valley and Tunnel Road behind. Pictured are, from left, Aaron Rule, Sherie Boyd, Collene Rule and Larry Rule.
Christchurch Gondola passenger cabins with view of Christchurch city, the Canterbury Plains, and the Southern Alps.
Large group of people walking up the Bridle Path from the Heathcote Valley towards the summit on the Port Hills during Canterbury Centennial celebrations. One member of the group is carrying a 'Deans'...
John Foulds and Wayne Watkins resplice the cable for the Christchurch Gondola.
Castle Rock was especially beautiful when the clouds pushed over the hill into Heathcote Valley. It was a magical place to walk with the children.
Max Ogilvie aboard his veteran Caterpillar tractor as family and pickers pose alongside the last load of apricots to be sledged to the packing shed in the Horotane valley, in the Heathcote Valley. In...
Gordon Ogilvie (Canterbury Author and Historian) picking apricots with his sister's Helen and Ruth on his parents Max and Margaret's orchard in Horotane Valley.
View of Heathcote Valley from Christchurch Gondola cabin
Front gate to Gimblett's home, "Hillwood" on Bridle Path Road.
Heathcote Valley with malt works buildings and railway line at centre.
Bridle Path Road after snowfall with "Hillwood" cherry orchard to left with nets over cherry trees; and St. Mary's Anglican church next to orchard.
Bridle Path Road with gate to "Hillwood" orchard.
Front aspect of "Hillwood", after a snowfall and with only roof and trees visible. Home of the Gimblett family.
Maidie (Madeline) Gimblett (left) at 15 years old and Dorothy Gimblett (right) at 13 years old leaning out of a window at their home, "Hillwood".
Landmark blue gum tree on Bridle Path Road near Gimblett orchard, looking toward Port Hills. Child with hoop next to gum tree.
Three cottages near the Holdsworth's home located on Bridle Path Road. Robert and Ada Holdsworth occupied Casterton at 144 Bridle Path Road in the early 20th century.
Bridle Path Road, Heathcote as dirt road. Unidentified house to right under gum tree.
Flat agricultural land in Heathcote Valley with Port Hills in background.
Man on horse with sheepdog herding driving sheep along Bridle Path Road, Heathcote Valley.
Steam train arriving at Heathcote Railway Station with maltworks on the right and looking to the Port Hills.