A view of Durham Street, looking north between Armagh & Gloucester Streets in December 2011.
Unidentified family posing outdoors as a group.
Bicycle on a wooden bridge. There are willow trees around the river.
Cathedral square street scenes. The Chief Post Office and the Regent Theatre are visible. Trams are in use and people cycling.
An unidentified boy riding a bike near a gate.
Unidentified cyclist on a wooden bridge.
Views of the bike race on Avon river conducted by students from the University of Canterbury.
A group of friends at the Groynes. Pictured, from front to back, Patrick Maguire, Glenn Thorpe, Steven Thorpe, Richard Geange and Michael Tansey.
Keith Guthrey, owner, performs a safety check on a bicycle at Cycle Trading co.
Interior of A.G. Healing's bicycle factory at 67 Wickham Street in Bromley and of workers welding parts together.
Interior of A.G. Healing's bicycle factory at 67 Wickham Street in Bromley and of a worker assembling bicycles.
Thornton Street flooding in the 1970's. Nothing new to residents of the 1960's and 70's.
Close-up of a boy proudly wearing the hat from his grandfather's war uniform whilst watching the Anzac Day service at 320 Halswell Road, across from the War memorial.
Views of Mr A. J. L. Littlewood on a recumbent bike that he made.
Cyclists trying to cross Heaton Street near the entrance to Heaton Intermediate School.
Views of Stage 2 of the Farmers’ tour of Canterbury.
Views of Ray Cammock, a postman for New Brighton with Twiggy (his pet) and other dogs that follow him while on his route.
Views of Mr Arthur Peter and his family on their bicycles, which they are going to use to go to Dunedin.
Sergeant A. K. Scally arranging bicycles for the following day’s auction. The bicycles are lost property that has not been claimed for five months or more.
Views of people trying to get past the bikes in the bike stand on Worcester Street.
Views of 79 year old Edgar R Williams on his way to Invercargill on a bike.
Views of George Crack, who is cycling the length of New Zealand.