Firefighters descending from the recreation room via a pole at the Christchurch Central Fire Station at 178 Lichfield Street.
Exterior of the Salvation Army Eventide Home at 901 Colombo Street.
Exterior of the Eventide Home Methodist Home for the Aged at 138 Park Terrace.
My grandparents walking through Christchurch city once my granddad had come back from war.
Excelsior Piano Accordion Band. Bought at a market years aged. Could be connected to the Excelsior Tavern? All in a great mood except the lady in black.
Workers with fleece and taking it to be rolled.
Firefighting drill practice with jumping sheet at the Central Fire Station at 178 Lichfield Street.
View of workers laying a new water main under Western Terrace at the point where the pipes will cross the Heathcote River.
Two men in the Heathcote River sandbagging the riverbed in preparation for the laying of a new water main which crosses Western Terrace at this point.
Statue of James Edward Fitzgerald on Rolleston Avenue on the corner with Cambridge Terrace and Cashel Street.
View of the Robert Falcon Scott statue on Worcester Street with Oxford Terrace to the left and Avon River on the right. Next to the statue are air raid shelters which were temporarily in place during...
Views of a bridge under construction at the Prebbleton railway crossing on Springs Road.
Aerial view of the Prebbleton overhead bridge on Springs Road.
Traffic bollard in northern Cathedral Square.
A traffic inspector checks a traffic bollard in Cathedral Square. Behind him are the Grand and Crystal Palace movie theatres.
The first of seven new buses built for the Christchurch Tramway Board.
Recently completed Hall on Epsom Road, Sockburn that was built and named in memory of Don McKenzie by his father Mr J.R. McKenzie. Don McKenzie lost his life while on duty with the Royal New Zealand...
Four New Zealand Army soldiers, two on the ground and two jumping over barbed wire, at a military display with a crowd watching in the background.
View across a field on the Dowling Estate in Upper Fendalton, growing potatoes being used to feed the New Zealand Army during the Second World War.
Waste land on Burnside road on the Dowling Estate being cleared for growing potatoes for the New Zealand Army during the Second World War. A diesel tractor is breaking down gorse twelve feet high on a...
A group of soldiers loading a 3.7 anti-aircraft gun as part of training exercises during the Second World War.
View of Little River looking towards Birdlings Flat.
Exterior of prefabricated classrooms being constructed on the grounds of Christchurch West High School on Hagley Avenue to accommodate increasing numbers of pupils.
Exterior of the Sydenham Post Office building built in 1911 at 340 Colombo Street, Sydenham. The building is covered in scaffolding in preparation for the demolition of the clock tower to reduce the...