Damage to the bitumen delivery and blending tank at Shell Oil Company's bulk bitumen installation in Lyttelton, after it exploded.
Wendy Rountree, Ruth Rountree and friend at the A&P Show, Christchurch, circa. 1961.
Dad refueling his privately owned plane before take-off on a trip to the North Island, at Blenheim Airfield, Highly commended:in the 2015 Christchurch City Libraries Photo Hunt.
Newspaper photo and report of Mr & Mrs Marker and friends' trip to the North Island. Highly commended in the 2015 Christchurch City Libraries Photo Hunt
Drum majors of seven pipe bands attended a special service at St Andrews Presbyterian Church, including Peggy Gunn (City of Christchurch Ladies' Pipe Band). Identified in photograph (from left) are: A...
Aerial photo of Lyttelton taken on a scenic flight from a small plane in 1961.
Aerial photo of Christchurch Central taken on a scenic flight from a small plane in 1961.
"My sister and a neighbourhood friend rather well-dressed for mowing...our father had put his heart and soul into producing a wonderful lawn... His efforts paid off and gave us many happy years of...
Deep Freeze aircraft were based at Wigram in the early days. Note JAJC bottles on the side.
Maria Rohs with father Frederick Rohs. Lyttelton Harbour, Governors Bay.
View along Evesham Crescent in Spreydon where low tension underground cabling has been laid to avoid the need for overhead power lines.
Mr Mace instructing students at the Municipal Electricity Department Linesmen's Training School.
The Intermittent vertical chamber plant at the Christchurch Gas Company gas works.
The Art Handicraft building at Addington Show Grounds being relocated to another section of the grounds as part of general improvement works.
View of the attractions at the Canterbury Agricultural and Pastoral Association Show at Addington showgrounds.
The Ferris wheel at the Canterbury Agricultural and Pastoral Association Show at Addington showgrounds.
The Gough, Gough and Hamer display at the Canterbury Agricultural and Pastoral Association Show at Addington showgrounds.
Paul Pitt in a pram. Christchurch 1961.
Debbie Rimmer, 1961. Avon River at end of Pembroke Street, with rowing club at Kerrs Reach - top left hand corner. Locksley Ave on opposite side of the river.
Cowles Stadium in Pages Road was built by F. W. Matthews Ltd., Shirley.
Michael Keown and mum in Cathedral Square, 1961. My dad worked at the Press. This photo shows myself and my mum in cathedral Square outside the Press, war memorial and the Cathedral.
The plane parked on the tarmac at Blenheim Airfield before Mr & Mrs Marker left for the North Island.
Damaged switchgear at the Armagh Street substation.
Poles stored in the yard at the Municipal Electricity Department depot on Packe Street.