Nan Williams and Archie Ross, long serving staff members, at work at the Kaiapoi Woollen Mill.
Exterior of the Kaiapoi Woollen Mill buildings in Kaiapoi shortly before its closure.
Long service employees of Kaiapoi Woollen Mills. Pictured are, from left, Miss N. Wright, Mrs F. Wyatt, Mr E. Raudsepp, Mr M. G. Jackson, Miss M. McQuillan, Mr H. Moody, Mr D. G. Ashley, Mr M. B...
A copper gin still imported from the United Kingdom being lifted into place at Southern Grain Spirits, Kaiapoi - the South Island's first gin distillery.
John Fitzpatrick, managing director of Southern Grain Spirits with a batch of Robroff vodka at the factory in Kaiapoi.
Interior detail at St Bartholomew's Anglican Church at 23 Cass St, Kaiapoi.
Exterior of St Bartholomew's Anglican Church at23 Cass St, Kaiapoi.
The director of the new Aged People's Welfare Council occupational centre, Mrs J. Schofield (right), assisting visitors with craft activities at the new centre on Sewell Street in Kaiapoi. Pictured...
Mr A. F. Green relaying the first telegram from inside the new Kaiapoi Post Office as part of the official opening of the building.
Scenes from the official opening of the new Kaiapoi Post Office. Frames one and two are of an audience during the opening listening to Mrs T. W. M. Tirikatene-Sullivan, member of parliament for...
Exterior of the newly completed Kaiapoi fire station at 51 Hilton Street.
My grandmother and her friends having fun at their holiday house at Kairaki Beach. Five photos from a photograph album. My grandmother Eva Grace Dutch who married Charles Edwin Featherstone. The main...
My grandmother and her friends having fun at their holiday house at Kairaki Beach. Five photos from a photograph album.
Portraits of Mr Frank Bryden, former chief officer of the Kaiapoi Volunteer Fire Brigade.
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.
Derelict Kaiapoi Station, 11 August 1998 The station which was designed by George Troup, was opened in 1904. it was badly damaged by a storm in 1976 and subsequently relocated and restored in 2002...
Children wait for a train to pass before crossing the railway tracks at Kaiapoi.
A male blue damselfly rests on a leaf by the walking track during a hot summers day at Otukaikino Reserve near Kaiapoi.
A lone little shag resting on the guard railing at Kaiapoi Lakes, with the subdivision in the background.
Bruce Robertson with bottles of Waimak Mineral Water at the Alexanders Cordials bottling plant, William street in Kaiapoi.
Les Price (left) and Ray Spriggs packing mineral water at a Kaiapoi factory.
Pollution from a fellmongery in a tributary of the Kaiapoi River.