Views of the Crash Fire Service performing an exercise at Christchurch Airport.
Views of a demonstration at the Christchurch Central Fire Station.
Mr M. J. Hayes working on restoration of a vintage 1866 fire engine outside his home in Vernon Terrace, Hillsborough. The engine is due to go on display at the Fairlie new year carnival.
Views of the Crash Fire Service headquarters, Christchurch Airport.
Views of firefighters being inspected. Pictured are N.G. Pickering, B.A. Hyland and T. Jack.
Scenes of floats and vintage fire engines participating in the Kaiapoi Volunteer Fire Brigade centenary procession in the centre of Kaiapoi.
Scenes of floats, marching girls and vintage fire engines participating in the Kaiapoi Volunteer Fire Brigade centenary procession in the centre of Kaiapoi.
Firefighters and crowds outside Nu-Way Dry Cleaners in Colombo Street near the intersection with Cashel Street following an explosion.
A fire fighter climbing the turntable ladder on a fire engine in a cul-de-sac.
Jenny Dillard, 26, outside Spreydon Fire Station after being rejected by the Fire Brigades Union of Canterbury following executives of the Union voting against allowing women into the fire service.
George Thompson, the last serving Christchurch Fire Bridge firefighter to attend the Ballantynes Fire in 1947.
Christchurch firefighters on their way to donate blood as part of commitment they have made to the blood donor centre, at 33 Cashel Street, to be on permanent standby for blood donations.
George Thompson (left) wearing the former firefighter's uniform, while Jim Philips wears the new uniform outside the Central Fire Station at 200 Kilmore Street.
Tony Philips, 23, a Christchurch firefighter, who is writing a history of the Christchurch Fire Brigade.
Edward Campbell and director of training Lloyd Johns (right) with the camera equipment which will be used by the Christchurch Fire Brigade to capture firefighters in action to be used as part of...
Nancy Wylie, of the Brunner volunteer firefighters driving a fire engine.
Photographer's note: Dawn Service in Cranmer Square. Cranmer Square.
View of firefighters tacking the fire inside the Ballantynes store on the corner of Cashel Street and Colombo Street in the central city.
View of Cathedral Square including fire truck and five firemen, man on a scooter and a Volkswagen Beetle car. The Post Office building, the dome of Regent Theatre and Government Life Building are...
Two red antique fire trucks parked outside Christchurch Town Hall. Victoria Bridge is visible in the background.
Christchurch City Fire Service, Lichfield St, which was in the old Turners and Growers building site. On back of photo "No. 2 machine 'Denis" 1926- "
Fire engine in front of Christchurch Fire Service building, Lichfield Street. by Action Photos, Christchurch.