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.
Hydraulic cranes being used to remove the perimeter of the lid of the number 6 petrol storage tank at Lyttelton after it exploded as a result of faulty equipment.
A crane on the construction site of the Christchurch Town Hall from Kilmore Street.
Construction of the postal centre on Hereford and Worcester street, looking north west.
A crane lifting a concrete slab into position on a commercial development site on Peterborough Street.
A 1914 vintage freight wagon being lifted by a crane into position at City Mall. The wagon has been re-purposed into a ticket office and information centre for the Christchurch Festival.
Church House on the corner of Gloucester Street and Cambridge Terrace including the Anglican Book Centre.
Exterior view of the new headquarters of the Aged People's Welfare Council under construction at 64 Cashel Street in the central city.
The new Salvation Army citadel just following completion on Victoria Street near Victoria Square.
Workmen adding the finishing touches on the new Salvation Army citadel on Victoria Street near Victoria Square.
Four cranes hoisting the frame for the roof of Burwood Hospital's gymnasium. The gymnasium will form part of the Department of Physical Medicine and be used for the rehabilitation of people with...
View during the construction of the Colombo Street overhead bridge by Wilkins & Davies Construction, looking west along Moorhouse Avenue.
View of construction workers driving the third pile into the ground for the new bridge across the Heathcote River at Wilsons Road in St Martins.
View of the site for the Canterbury Public Library during the assembly of a large crane on the site. Hoarding advertises the site of the library to the public along Gloucester Street.
Re-installation, following maintenance, of the clock on the Central Canterbury Electric Power Board Main South Road headquarters on the corner of Main South Road and Brynley Street in Hornby.
Construction workers and machinery, working to lower a section of the Colombo Street overhead bridge into place, looking north towards the central city. The new bridge will form part of Moorhouse...
Exterior of a hexadome house being installed onto its foundations on their site at 280 Memorial Avenue in Burnside. Twenty four triangles and four six sided panels made up the dome frame and are the...
A crane removing the burnt Spitfire which was vandalised outside the Brevet Club on Memorial Avenue near Christchurch Airport.
Ned Moir and John Gilmour of Slade Engineering returning the Queen Victoria Statue to Victoria Square after it was removed whilst redevelopment works were taking place.
View of a concrete beam being swung across Dundas Street for the Smiths City Market parking building extension.
Construction extensions to the Smiths City Market parking building on Dundas Street.
Temporary piles and a ramp being erected for the boxing and pile driving crane at the new Ferrymead Bridge on Ferry Road.
March Construction machinery using a vibrahammer extractor to haul up the piles of Sumner pier.