A large group of children from Christchurch orphanages at a Christmas banquet event aboard the inter-island steamer, Māori, at Lyttelton Harbour. The event was organised and paid for by the crew of...
Views of Diamond Harbour including the jetty and looking across to Lyttelton and the Port Hills.
The coastal vessel Hawea docked at Lyttelton Harbour. Frames two and three show a seaman boarding the vessel.
Views of a model of Captain Cook's ship, Endeavour, being launched at Lyttelton.
View of the scale model of Captain Cook's ship, Endeavour, at the Banks Peninsula Cruising Club, Lyttelton.
Views of a refrigerated ship, Port Chalmers, at Lyttelton.
Views of the 48 hour rowing relay marathon.
Views of Sumner lifeboat Rescue III.
Views of two men with a yacht.
Views of yachts on the harbour.
Views of a model of the ship, Endeavour.
View of Lyttelton Harbour from Canterbury Street.
This book of photos was inherited from family from my mothers side, her grandparents, James and Hannah Wright. They arrived out from the UK in 1840 on the Martha Ridgway.
Postcard from a photograph album of Governor's Bay jetty. On back of postcard: Dominion of New Zealand Carte Postal, Printed in Germany.
View looking south off Quail Island at low tide showing the bones of a shipwrecked boat. Teddington/Church Bay just visible in the background. Quail Island was a favourite spot for excursions.
Swimming in Corsair Bay around 1915 with Diamond Harbour in the background. The Lyttelton Museum advise that the fences were installed to protect swimmers, particularly ladies and children, from shark...
Corsair Bay around 1930.
Gun emplacements at Lyttelton Harbour
Aerial photo of Lyttelton taken on a scenic flight from a small plane in 1961.
View of Lyttelton Harbour from Cass peak
Fay, Pam & Dorothy in Lyttelton in 1948. These photos are of the girls from Papanui Technical High School. They may be the Rangiora Youth Recreational Club. The girls were doing a trip around Banks...
Girls from Papanui Technical High School. They may be the Rangiora Youth Recreational Club. The girls were doing a trip around Banks Peninsula in 1948. Category Winner - Places. 2017 Photo Hunt.
These photos are of the girls from Papanui Technical High School. They may be the Rangiora Youth Recreational Club. The girls were doing a trip around Banks Peninsula in 1948. They were mostly taken...