Hope Saddle, Nelson lakes.
Contractors sealing the section of the northern motorway road between the Belfast Hotel to the bridge over the Waimakariri River.
Looking south on the northern motorway from Tram Road overhead bridge.
Minister of Works P.B Allen and Mrs H.E.L. Pickering, wife of the member of Parliament for Rangiora, cutting the ribbon to open the northern motorway.
A house and its occupants who will be forced to move as a result of the northern motorway extension.
Tom Anderson and his wife outside their house at 36 Esperance Street, St Albans, which is threatened by the northern motorway extension.
Carrying vehicles lined up outside Canterbury Court to transport freight during the railway workers' strike.
A Tranzauia 12 top dressing aircraft being carried on the back of a lorry through the Christchurch to Lyttelton tunnel.
Children planting trees in Elizabeth Park for Arbor Day.
A freight container being loaded on to a trailer at the Carlyle Street premises of Freightways.
Loading meat for export into the Tekoa cargo ship at Timaru Port using the sling method.
Looking across the Square to the Cathedral.
Looking down on the intersection of High Street, Hereford and Colombo Street.
looking over scrub to the Hope Saddle.
Buses and cars outside the ChristChurch Cathedral.
Papanui High School.
Papanui looking south, over railway lines towards the Port Hills.
Portrait of Amanda Jane Clapp.
Taken by my father, Ian Tweedy, at the World Ploughing Match held on the outskirts of Christchurch.
Lindsay Rodgers of Cobden, Greymouth with her brother-in-law Ronnie Rodgers at Arthur's Pass railway station. This is the third station building at Arthur's Pass, opened in 1966.
"Taken by my father, Ian Tweedy, at the World Ploughing Match held on the outskirts of Christchurch." - Contributor's note