Boilers under construction at Andersons Engineering Limited factory on Curries Road in Hillsborough.
Coal fired boilers for the Addington Railway workshops produced by Andersons Engineering Ltd.
Sam Taase with steel being melted at Andersons Foundry on Curries Road in Hillsborough.
View of a boiler being produced at Andersons Foundry for a floating crane for use at Lyttelton called Rapaki.
Andrew Anderson, of Andersons Engineering, in his farm engineering workshop on Curries Road in Hillsborough.
Cathode reduction shell for Tiwai Point aluminium smelter produced at Andersons Engineering, Curries Road, ready to be transported via a NZ Express transporter truck.
Truck carrying a cathode reduction shell, produced at Andersons Engineering on Curries Road, bound for Tiwai Point.
Smelting pots for Tiwai Point being constructed at Andersons Engineering on Curries Road.
A section of a boiler constructed by Andersons Engineering being transported over Evans Pass Road to Lyttelton.
Views of swimming pool sized smelting pots for Tiwai Point being constructed at Andersons Engineering on Curries Road in Hillsborough.
The largest boiler that has so far been manufactured in New Zealand, crossing the overbridge at Lyttelton to be loaded onto a barge.
The Minister of Energy, Birch, and Ceramco Group general manager, G.D. Stairmand, inside a gas storage tank at Andersons Engineering Limited.
Apprenticeship, Fitting and Turning - Heavy Machine Shop - Butter Churns, Kauri body large, heavy hydro dam equipment and general engineering [in] Woolston
Police guarding the scene of an acetylene tank explosion at Anderson Heavy Ferrous Foundry Centre on Curries Road, Woolston. The tank exploded as it was being unloaded from a flat deck truck.
Remains of a damaged building at Anderson Limited after an explosion of a gas cylinder.