Close-up of the Bowker Fountain in Victoria Square lit up at night.
Photographer's note: Father giving child a ride on his shoulders at the Botanic D'Lights event, Botanic Gardens, Christchurch Central City.
Exterior of the Municipal Electricity Department building on the corner of Manchester Street and Armagh Street lit up at night.
A newly installed ornamental lamp in Cathedral Square looking south down Colombo Street. This lamp was used to demonstrate the new Ornamental Lamp standards.
Views of the first installed fluorescent street lamps in Cathedral Square looking west towards Worcester Street showing the first fluorescent street lamps used by the Municipal Electricity Department...
View of the Municipal Electricity Department street lighting tower waggon on Oxford Terrace, looking towards Gloucester Street with the Midland Club to the right.
Interior of St Barnabas Anglican Church on Tui Street in Fendalton, looking towards the sanctuary. Above the seating are gas lamps.
View of the Colombo Street overhead bridge lit up at night, looking east along Moorhouse Avenue towards the intersection with Colombo Street which passes under the bridge in Sydenham.
Startrek ride at the Industries Fair, seen at night at the Addington Show Grounds.
View of the amusement rides at the Industries Fair at night at the Addington Show Grounds.
A concrete street lamp on a lean outside Christchurch Town Hall on Kilmore Street which happened overnight and the reason for the lean was unexplained.
Close-up of new gas cylinder street lamps being trialled on Papanui Road.
Municipal Electricity Department workers installing the new lamps on one of the main streets in the central city.
A view of street lighting on High Street, seen from Hereford Street, looking south.
Municipal Electricity Department linesman, Wayne O'Keefe, replacing the 400 volt mercury lamps on Harper Avenue with new 250 volt high pressure sodium models.
Avon River at night from Oxford Terrace looking towards the Bridge of Remembrance.
Exterior of Hotel Stonehurst (Backpackers) at 241 Gloucester Street in the central city.
View along New Regent Street during a light display as part of CHCH is LIT.
"The spectacular light display in Isaac Theatre Royal adds more vibrant to the city's heritage building in Gloucester Street, Christchurch." - Contributor's note
"It is a wonderful night out...taking a quick tour at the Christchurch Botanic Garden. The garden offers world-class enjoyment that I indulged very much, a go-to relax place I would recommend to...