Sacred Heart College student, Rebecca Whittle, with a transistorised railway at the Canterbury and Westland Science Fair, Horticultural Hall.
Exterior and signage of the Portstone restaurant, Woolston.
Trainee training officer at Templeton Hospital, Tim Powell, posing with a microphone used for his documentary on working with children with disabilities.
Exterior and signs for West's Family Restaurant, a takeaway and drive in restaurant in Wigram.
Company foreman, Martin Tapley testing a safety helmet produced by Star Products Ltd.
Production Engineering Systems designer, Kevin Low, demonstrating the technology behind an electronic petrol pump.
Knox Presbyterian church on the corner of Victoria Street and Bealey Avenue.
Ellen Tovey (left) and Linda Watts at the Canterbury Aged People's Welfare Council's party at the North Avon Road centre in Richmond.
Dean Stevenson, a carpenter, stood outside the Canterbury Public Library under construction on Gloucester Street. He is holding a Historic Buildings of New Zealand book as he hopes one day the library...
Warren Fletcher with the new turntable ladder unit at the Central Fire Station on Kilmore Street.
The remains of a circular brick kiln.
A 2cm high Victorian carving of a hunter with dogs measured against a matchbox due to be auctioned by R. G. Bell auctioneers.
Mr D. Lublow, civil and naval tailor, sat in his London Street store in Lyttelton next to a traditional Singer sewing machine prior to the closure of his shop after five generations.
Grant Banbury, artist, posing with his mixed- media artwork titled the "Garsington drawings", exhibited at the Canterbury Society of Arts Print Room.
Exterior of St Paul's Presbyterian Church.
Cars being serviced at the New Zealand Motor Company on Worcester Street.
Coal fired boilers for the Addington Railway workshops produced by Andersons Engineering Ltd.
Exterior of St Andrew's Presbyterian Church.