Firefighters attending a fire at the Bryndwr railway station. Local residents claimed the fire was started by children.
Belongings of the residents at the Young Christian Workers' Movement commune at 110 Jeffreys Road, Bryndwr, following a fire that caused extensive damage to the property.
Peter Chen (left) demonstrating Chinese boxing at the Bryndwr YMCA.
A bomb disposal expert with a robot at Derwent Street, Bryndwr after two Second World War shells were found in the area. One of the shells was found in a resident's garage whilst they were sorting it...
Reporters asking an army bomb disposal expert about the robot used to remove Second World War shells found in Derwent Street, Bryndwr. One of the shells was found in a resident's garage whilst they...
Two boys examine a crater caused by a bomb disposal blast at Derwent Reserve just off Derwent Street in Bryndwr. A bomb disposal unit was used to remove Second World War shells found in a resident's...
Michael Armstrong, artist, in his studio on Idris Road with a piece of his artwork and a sewing machine.
A group of boys with a large eel they caught in the Wairarapa Stream near Clyde Road in Bryndwr. Pictured are, from left, Gerald Fagan, Robert Fagan, James Mercer, Julian Smith, James Smith and David...
Views of the Anglican Bishop of Christchurch, the Rt Rev W. A. Pyatt (left) at the opening of a new Anglican City Mission shop on the corner of Clyde Road and Ilam Road in Bryndwr. Pictured with the...
Victoria Florists on the corner of Idris and Wairakei Rd.
Exterior of a former dairy, now a residential house at 3 Aorangi Road in Bryndwr.
Exterior of the Bryndwr Store at 2 Bounty Road on the corner with Blighs Road in Bryndwr.
Televisions for sale at McSherry and Neale at 290 Wairakei Road.
The Giles family who are protesting against Municipal Electricity Department (MED) prices.
[Frames 29, 30, 31 and 32] Children performing gymnastics on the lawn at the Bryndwr YMCA. [Frames 33 and 34] Children on the vault.
Children vaulting and trampolining as part of the school holiday programmes at the Bryndwr YMCA. [Frame 36] Robyn Bowie of Burnside High School trampolining.
The exterior of the Bryndwr YMCA.
Julia Pendly, of Aorangi School in Bryndwr, being helped with her reading by a parent at the school, Robyn Sandrey.
Views of Lorna Olsen of 18 Earnslaw Crescent in Bryndwr wearing ultra sonic glasses designed to support the blind in navigating around spaces.
Views of a gymnastics competition at the Greers Road YMCA.
Views of the Bryndwr railway station which was damaged by fire.
Views of the beginning of the Young Christian Students’ Group’s “Starve In” at St Matthew’s Church.