Ian Miller reaches to replace a dropout fuse.
Peace, a sculpture by Llew Summers being moved from the quadrangle of the Arts Centre.
Matthew Taylor practices resuscitation on Bernie Brown at lineworker's school.
Environmentalist board game invented by Steve Darnold.
The Environmental Centre in the former University of Canterbury Student Union building at the Arts Centre.
Exterior of Carlton Cellars and Canterbury Fried Chicken at 23 Papanui Road, Merivale.
Conservation Week display in the window of Andrew Lees Limited at 226 High Street near the intersection with Cashel Street.
City councillor, R. H. Stillwell, with a gas pipe that crosses the Heathcote River by Ashgrove Terrace in the Cashmere area. Residents in the area are complaining about the pipe.
MMM Butchery on Yaldhurst Road.
Interior of the Midland coach workshop on Lichfield Street.
New Midland coaches designed and built in Christchurch setting off on their first journey with tourists from the workshops in Lichfield Street.
Mr B. R. Curtain (left) and Mr R. Junk of R. J. Hampton Ltd with the Mother Amicus statue in parts after being removed from the top of the AMP building in Cathedral Square when the building was...
View of the statue of Robert Falcon Scott on the corner of Oxford Terrace and Worcester Street. Behind is a crane working on the construction of the police station building.
Derek Lovejoy at the corner of High Street near the intersection with Manchester Street. Derek is proposing that High Street becomes a pedestrian mall.
A forklift driver unloads a pallet of Coca Cola at Southern Bottlers Limited on Chapmans road just off Port Hills Road in Hillsborough.
Interior of hotel bar.
Joan Collett, Christchurch's pioneer industrial archaeologist with a map of Christchurch.
Director of the Robert McDougall Art gallery, Mr B. D. Muir, in the sculpture court of the gallery. In the foreground is a bronze sculpture by Paul Beadle titled "Last Supper VI".
Items discovered by industrial archaeologist Joan Collett at Luke Adams pottery on Colombo Street. They include a jeweller's crucible for gold or silver work, toy bricks and metal slates for stamping...
Archaeological expedition leader, Mr Michael Trotter (centre) at the Peketa Pa archaeological site with Mr David Harrowfield (left) and Mr Barry Brailsford. The Kaikoura Peninsula and South Bay is in...
Bill Taylor and David Rankin excavating moa bones, discovered during preparations for an extension to Mr Taylor's house on Clifton Terrace.
R.A. Evans with his collection of moa bones and copies of rock drawings which he houses in his own collection in the basement of his home on Dyers Pass Road.
View of the Ensors Road bridge over the Heathcote River, looking South, during the final stages of construction at the intersection of Ensors Road and St Martins Road with Fifield Terrace and Riverlaw...
Nan Williams and Archie Ross, long serving staff members, at work at the Kaiapoi Woollen Mill.