Ruth Trent (née Burnell) as a child standing next to large bluegum tree in Bridle Path Road, Heathcote.
View of the interior of a Sunbeam electric stove.
Municipal Electricity Department Walker electric truck decroated for Youth Week campaign 1932.
Power poles outside houses on Bealey Avenue.
Johnson and Phillips transformer in Armagh Street substation which failed after 18 days of service.
Demolition of the west wall of the substation on Armagh Street.
Interior of Wardells Lane substation. Looking towards the south west corner.
Supervisory control gear for Milton Street substation at Armagh Street.
Failed Ferguson-Pailin oil circuit breaker from Fitzgerald Avenue substation.
Workers dismantling the roof of the former Wardells Lane substation.
Interior of Wardells Lane substation.
Milton Street substation supervisory control gear inside the Armagh Street substation.
Scaffolding on the southern exterior of the converter station. Also visible are the destructor ramp and chimney.
William McKaskell, a photographer from Sydenham Christchurch, with a plate camera and Spartan biplane in Westland which he used to take photographs of Mount Cook.
Page from an advertising and promotion booklet for "The most beautiful street in New Zealand. An opportunity to purchase a profitable city property." 3rd edition