Firefighters descending from the recreation room via a pole at the Christchurch Central Fire Station at 178 Lichfield Street.
Workers with fleece and taking it to be rolled.
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.
Firefighting drill practice with jumping sheet at the Central Fire Station at 178 Lichfield Street.
My grandparents walking through Christchurch city once my granddad had come back from war.
My grandfather, Leonard Corner is the Fireman on the right. This photo was taken outside the Central Christchurch Fire Station. Leonard later went on to being the Fire Commander of Christchurch until...
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.
With my twin at New Brighton - the old pier is in the background.
Flat agricultural land in Heathcote Valley with Port Hills in background.
Spring flowers on the banks of the Avon River, Botanical Gardens.
Seated group of men, women and servicemen on riverbank in front of fence. Ruth Trent thought to be seated in front row second from right.
"Avonhead" homestead, built in 1853 of pug clay on the site of what is now Archdall Place. Thought to be the early home of Alice Witty, daughter of George Witty, MP for Riccarton.
Bridge over gully in Heathcote Domain with Castle Rock in background.
Albie Bettle standing outside his Four Square Store on the corner of 16 Station Road, Heathcote Valley. Snow fell from 12-14 July followed by a gale on 13 July.
Group of people having a snowfight at the Heathcote Railway Station in front of stationary train. Snow fell from 12-14 July followed by a gale on 13 July.
View of Heathcote Valley taken from Mount Pleasant looking toward Heathcote River and Avon Heathcote Estuary. Cleary shows Port Hills Road and Bridle Path Road. Taken by Reverend Moore.
Sumner Clock Tower at Scarborough Park. Looking from beach to Scarborough with hill behind clock and kiosk to the left.
Left to right: Ruth Trent (née Burnell), Ivy Newton (née Vogel), and Dorothy Burnell (née Gimblett) attending the Heathcote School 75th Jubilee celebrations.
1st Battalion Canterbury Regiment by Cranmer Square, Christchurch. Universal Bren gun carriers and motor cycle dispatch riders. The carrier driver 2nd from the left is R.G. Skipworth.
Parade of the Women's Royal Army Corps at Burnham Camp.
Left to Right: Malcolm Hubert, Gerald Williamson, Ron Bertenshaw, John Hawkins, Joe ? , Gordon Roberts. Photo taken somewhere in North Beach.