Cashel Street, Christchurch. No. 235 Horse and cart going down Cashel Street. Postcard
High & Colombo Streets, Christchurch. Postcard
Horse and carts with vegetables being driven by Reg Hussey and Jim Condon along Market Row during the opening ceremony. Lichfield Street in the background with the Radley building to the left.
John Lyon of Revival Rides, a tourist horse and cart tour, drawn by Major inside the Arts Centre quadrangle.
Children from Glenelg Health Camp with a horse and cart.
A horse drawn fire engine from 1893, on loan from the Ferrymead Trust, as part of a parade of vintage fire engines to mark the retirement of Fire Commissioner, F.A. Hardy, at the Central Fire Station...
Exterior of the New Zealand Government Tourist Office building in Cathedral Square. A man on a sulky is sat outside the office.
Views of the White Hart Hotel on High Street in the central city. Two photographs showing the hotel at different times, the first being earlier.
Two sets of photographs of central Christchurch. No 1. is of High Street from the City Hotel corner. No 2. is the corner of Worcester and Cambridge Terrace with the exterior of McPherson's Aerated...
View of Cathedral Square towards Warners Hotel with Hansom cabs in the foreground.
ChristChurch Cathedral spire being replaced after an earthquake in 1888.
Central Christchurch looking south east. St. Pauls Presbyterian Church is in the centre rear with the south of Cathedral Square in the foreground. The photograph is being taken from the top of...
Canterbury A&P Centennial. Horse and Cart in Cathedral Square
Horses and wagons. Taken by Frederick Charles Brockett when on a bicycle trip with friends From Christchurch over Arthurs Pass to Greymouth. From the album of Frederick Charles Brockett dated 1907
This book of photos was inherited from family from my mothers side, her grandparents, James and Hannah Wright. They arrived out from the UK in 1840 on the Martha Ridgway.
Picture is of the Aulsebrook's parade to celebrate the end of the First World War.
My grandparents Elizabeth and Felix Rooney, leaving on their honeymoon.
Mr Richard Smith with his daughters, Betty (3), Dulcie (13), and Daisy (10) in their pony trap pulled by their pony, Tiddlewinks. Mr Smith lived in Lyttelton Street, Spreydon, and sold his back...
Mr Gwynne's father delivered bread for Sunland. The bakery was in Fitzgerald Avenue where this photo was taken. Left to right: Hector Sunderland (one of the bakery owner) , unknown, and Herbert...
Harry Smith sat with his horse and cart at the Christchurch Show where he won second prize. Harry Smith did deliveries with his horse and cart from town to Sign of the Bellbird and Harry Ell farm.
A man and a woman sat on a cart attached up to a horse on a farm. "Mode of transport because of petrol restrictions." - Contributor's note
Relief workers, including Frank Renwick, during the 1930's Depression near Jollies Pass crossing the river in a cart pulled by horses and cart crossing a river. Photos are also in The Sugar Bag years...
Horace Waterman (left) and Eunice Waterman travelling in a cart pulled by a horse going through a stream at Oxford, Canterbury.
Cashel Street, Christchurch, N.Z.. Colourised postcard from circa 1900