Showing swimming pool and greenhouse built by Neville Holt. The green house was built, then the building permit was applied for retrospectively. Neville Attwood Holt was one of the original founders...
My mother was a 'postie' during the war and for a couple of years afterwards. This shows her with one of her regular customers who came out with cold water for her on hot days. I think this was taken...
Martin West and Adrian Gardner with the burnt remains of a hut that caught on fire.
Views of the Heathcote Valley Go kart Grand Prix. [Frame 10] Dave Merritt, Robin Wilkinson, Bill Munn, Doug Varnham, and Doug Drake.
Views of a go kart racing in the Heathcote Valley Go kart Grand Prix.
Damage to blue phase porcelain bushings at Heathcote District substation.
Unloading a Ferranti transformer at the Heathcote District substation.
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.
The Church of St. Mary, Heathcote in its original location on Bridle Path Road and surrounded by trees. Unidentified woman near church entrance.
The Church of St. Mary, Heathcote in its original location at Bridle Path Road. Several large trees in front of the church have been removed.
Heathcote Valley School pupils and their headmaster, Mr W. A. Stout. Egbert Gimblett (Bert) in back row, Madeline Gimblett (Maidie) in third row, and Dorothy Gimblett in second row.
View of The Lyttelton Tunnel Administration Building looking toward the Port Hills.
View of Heathcote Valley from Christchurch Gondola cabin
66 kilovolt transformer being set in place at Heathcote site.
66 kilovolt transformer being transported to Heathcote site.
Heathcote district substation site.
Workers guiding a crane to install the 66 kilovolt transformer at Heathcote district substation.
Construction of Heathcote district substation.
View from the Bridle Path on the Port Hills looking towards Heathcote and across towards New Brighton.