Mrs Marie Ovington and her two granddaughters on the train at Ferrymead Heritage Park.
Starlets dressed as clowns posing on the back of a train carriage at Ferrymead with the Port Hills in the background.
A steam train travelling along the tracks at Ferrymead Heritage Park. A crowd of people are stood along the side watching and taking photographs with the Port Hills in the background.
Windsurfer's Reserve, off Humphreys Drive.
Lynette Neil, cobbler, with shoe lasts, at her cobbler's shop in the Ferrymead Historic Park.
Sod cottage being build at end of Ferrymead Bridge, on way to Sumner.
Children and staff of South Shore Playcentre and South Brighton Kindergarten during a trip to Ferrymead Historic Park.
Kowhai School pupils, Matthew Andrews, Robert Davies and John Wright, visiting Ferrymead Historical Park.
A line of Springbok rugby tour protesters sat across Ferrymead Bridge. Facing them are a line of police with batons.
A woman looks into the window of the cob cottage at Ferrymead.
Members of the Tramway Historical Society working on laying tram lines at Ferrymead for the one-man Ferrymead Electric Tramway.
Views of the restored No.178 tram at Ferrymead. Pictured in frame 2 are George Chalmers and Eric Watson.
View of Alan Robb with a steam powered barrel organ that will be used at the opening of the Ferrymead tramway.
Views of the restored electric trams at Ferrymead.
Flooded site of proposed housing development near Ferrymead.
Site of the old brickworks due to become the Murray Aynsley housing development on Port Hills Road. In the background are views towards Ferrymead and Woolston.
Site of the old brickworks due to become the Murray Aynsley housing development on Port Hills Road. In the background are views across towards Ferrymead and Mount Pleasant.
Mr A. J. Robb, publicity officer from Ferrymead, with a display of phonographs, gramophones, and a small barrel organ. From left, they are the Home, the Gem and the Standard.
Temporary piles and a ramp being erected for the boxing and pile driving crane at the new Ferrymead Bridge on Ferry Road.