Martin West and Adrian Gardner with the burnt remains of a hut that caught on fire.
Anzac Day ceremony at the Heathcote War Memorial situated at the intersection of Bridle Path Road, Martindales Road, and Flavell Street.
The Heathcote War Memorial at the intersection of Bridle Path Road, Martindales Road, and Flavell Street with wreaths and flags displayed.
Wreaths being laid at the Heathcote War Memorial at the intersection of Bridle Path Road, Martindales Road, and Flavell Street.
"Hillwood", the Gimblett family home, on Bridle Path Road, Heathcote Valley. Some of the Gimblett family in front of the house. The family moved to the new "Hillwood" house in 1905. The first house...
Small groups of people gathered around the new Heathcote Post Office.
Scenes of cyclists riding through Lyttelton Tunnel and as part of the annual spring cycle event. Frames three to six are of motorists queuing outside the tunnel waiting for it to reopen once the...
Scenes of cyclists preparing and entering Lyttelton Tunnel as part of the annual spring cycle event where cyclists ride through the tunnel and the road is closed to motorists.
Views of the farmland located in Heathcote Valley.
Portraits of W. G Argus.
Children from Burwood Play Centre riding the tram at Ferrymead Transport Museum. [Frame 32] Brent Trembath.
Children from Burwood Play Centre having a day out at Ferrymead Transport Museum. [Frame 22] Winifred Brand and Sharon Taylor. [Frame 24] Dwaine Wilda.
Children from Burwood Play Centre in front of a tram at Ferrymead Transport Museum.
Children from Burwood Play Centre eating food while sitting in an alcove of a wall at Ferrymead Transport Museum.
Front gate to Gimblett's home, "Hillwood" on Bridle Path Road.
Bridle Path Road with gate to "Hillwood" orchard.
Two horsemen on Bridle Path Road near Miss Wright's home where Reverend Parr boarded as a young curate. Note the large blue gum tree. One of the horsemen is in military uniform.
Heathcote Valley Vicarage, also commonly known as Heathcote Parsonage, located on Bridle Park Road roughly opposite St Mary's church. The Gimblett's would often visit when young.
B. J. Murray, club captain at Heathcote Cricket Club, points to damage on the clubs cricket pitch caused by cars driving up and down it.
New Zealand Social Workers Association president Major N. Manson presenting graduation certificates to social work students at St Mary’s Church hall. [Frame 34a] Miss J. Hanson.
The Church of St. Mary, Heathcote in its original location on Bridle Path Road and surrounded by trees. Unidentified woman near church entrance.