Exterior of newly built St Saviours cottages overlooking Lyttelton harbour. The cottages belong to St Saviours church and designed to be occupied by elderly or disabled residents.
Cressy House as viewed from Cressy Terrace, Lyttelton.
Interior of a bedroom at Cressy House, Lyttelton with views across towards Banks Peninsula.
Scenes of firefighters preparing to board the container ship, Spirit of Competition at Lyttelton Harbour.
A crayfishing boat, Glen Heath, in Lyttelton Harbour.
Copy print of map Canterbury. Appears to be a pre-1850 projection, with Christchurch placed at the end of Lyttelton Harbour. The area of present-day Christchurch is labelled Stratford and Lyttelton...
Views of Diamond Harbour including the jetty and looking across to Lyttelton and the Port Hills.
A group of men gathered around during the signing of a contract for the building and purchase of a new tug for the Lyttelton Harbour Board. Pictured are, from left, rear, Mr A. J. Sowden, general...
The coastal vessel Hawea docked at Lyttelton Harbour. Frames two and three show a seaman boarding the vessel.
The number 6 petrol storage tank at Lyttelton after it exploded as a result of faulty equipment.
Firefighters hosing down the number 6 petrol storage tank at Lyttelton after it exploded as a result of faulty equipment.
Hydraulic cranes being used to remove the perimeter of the lid of the number 6 petrol storage tank at Lyttelton after it exploded as a result of faulty equipment.
The damaged number 6 petrol storage tank at Lyttelton after it exploded as a result of faulty equipment.
Explosives for the New Zealand Army being unloaded from the frigate Blackpool at Lyttelton.
Damage to the bitumen delivery and blending tank at Shell Oil Company's bulk bitumen installation in Lyttelton, after it exploded.
Firefighters attending a fire in the hold of the Maritime Explorer at Lyttelton Harbour.
Soldiers from Burnham onboard the HMNZS Taranaki in Lyttelton Harbour.
Members of the Rangiora No.1 team competing at the Canterbury provincial fire brigade competition in Lyttelton. Pictured are, from left, Ray Hart, Peter Dench and Don Hassall.
View of the Lyttelton Timeball Station mid-drop with flags in the foreground to mark the anniversary of the arrival of the First Four Ships at Lyttelton.
Close-ups of the Timeball at Lyttelton during its drop to mark the anniversary of the arrival of the First Four Ships at Lyttelton. Frame five is of the view across Lyttelton from the Timeball Station...
Views of a refrigerated ship, Port Chalmers, at Lyttelton.
View of the scale model of Captain Cook's ship, Endeavour, at the Banks Peninsula Cruising Club, Lyttelton.
Views of Sumner lifeboat Rescue III.