Stryker Six, the first of three new fire engines for Christchurch Airport.
Scenes of firefighters preparing to board the container ship, Spirit of Competition at Lyttelton Harbour.
Miles Ruddenklau and the Chief Superintendent of the Christchurch Fire Board, F. Hardy, examine a new resuscitator at the New Brighton Fire Service building.
Workers in hi-vis, tent shelter, road cones, and a fire engine at the Urban Search and Rescue base.
Fire engine parked behind road cone barriers at Urban Search and Rescue base. Tent and trailer outside building.
Three trucks outside Urban Search and Rescue base building. Two are fire engines.
Sign in tent and fire trucks at Urban Search and Rescue base.
Sign in tent and fire truck at Urban Search and Rescue base.
Fire fighters and local farmers working to put out a fire caused by a burn off at the farm of J. D. Clinton in Darfield.
Fire fighters working to put out a fire caused by a burn off at the farm of J. D. Clinton in Darfield.
Volunteer firefighters, Ashley Fitchett, Ray Kiesanowski, and Keith Beardsley, at New Brighton fire station.
Firefighters and fire engine at New Brighton fire station.
A fire engine with a turntable ladder parked in a car parking area.
A fire fighter climbing the turntable ladder on a fire engine in a cul-de-sac.
The new Akaroa Volunteer Fire Brigade fire engine, a Chevrolet Custom C35 chassis and cab, the first of its kind in New Zealand.
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.
Nancy Wylie, of the Brunner volunteer firefighters driving a fire engine.
County Chairman, K. M. Baxter, formally transferring a new fire engine to the Methven Volunteer Fire Brigade in front of a local crowd.
The new fire station and vehicles at 49 Beach Road in Akaroa.
Members of the McNab family (from top left) Craig, Ross and Ian. Bottom, from left, Bruce, Fiona and Jack. All belong to the Sumner Volunteer Fire Brigade.
A staged car accident on Antigua Street as part of a training exercise for firefighters in using the new Jaws of Life cutting tool.
Official handing over of a former Royal New Zealand Air Force fire engine from Wigram Station at the Wigram aerodrome, to G. L. Evans, chairman of the Ferrymead Trust. Also pictured: F. A. Hardy...
Views of a former Royal New Zealand Air Force fire engine from Wigram Station at the Wigram aerodrome prior to its being handed over to the Ferrymead Trust. Pictured: G. L. Evans, chairman of the...
Views of the training exercise for the new fire brigade recruits.