Scenes of firefighters preparing to board the container ship, Spirit of Competition at Lyttelton Harbour.
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.
A crayfishing boat, Glen Heath, in Lyttelton Harbour.
Views of Sumner lifeboat Rescue III.
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 the 48 hour rowing relay marathon.
Views of a model of Captain Cook's ship, Endeavour, being launched at Lyttelton.
Views of two men with a yacht.
Views of yachts on the harbour.
Views of a model of the ship, Endeavour.
Soldiers from Burnham onboard the HMNZS Taranaki in Lyttelton Harbour.
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.
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...
Fourth form pupils from Hagley High School on board the yacht, Tana, in Lyttelton Harbour. The yacht is skippered by maths teacher, Steve McIntosh (centre).
Bathing beauties at Corsair Bay about 1920. Neck to knee bathing costumes and what looks like a shower cap for a bathing cap. Mother and daughter Alice and Venis with two cousins.
Phyllis Morse (later Loader), left, sister Mary Morse and friend Lorraine Fuller walking along Purau Avenue with Purau in the background.
Centaurus Flying Boat pays a visit to the Port of Lyttelton in 1938 much to the interest of the Christchurch Public who went over the hill to have a look.
My (grandfather or ) great grandfather was the caretaker at Magazine Bay Lyttelton. Grandfather Moir was a wonderful gardener & you can see his garden on the slopes. They also had a little pebble...
Lyttelton, looking down Oxford Street.
Heavy lift steam crane at Lyttelton. "Rapaki"
Steam dredge. Port of Lyttelton.
Steam dredger. Port of Lyttelton.