Mr Richard Smith with his daughters, Betty (3), Dulcie (13), and Daisy (10) in their pony trap pulled by their pony, Tiddlewinks. Mr Smith lived in Lyttelton Street, Spreydon, and sold his back...
The view of the Port hills fires on Wednesday 15th February 2017. Pioneer recreation and sport centre is behind me and Centennial park is in the foreground.
Truck with hoist unloading concrete spun poles for installation on Lyttelton Street.
Workers drilling a hole to install a concrete spun pole on Lyttelton Street.
Workers using a truck with a hoist to install a concrete spun pole on Lyttelton Street.
Members of the Craft group with their crafts at the George Manning Home for the Elderly in Spreydon. Pictured are, from left, Mrs D. Newton, Mrs D. Greig, Mrs A. Bullen and Mrs V. Piper.
View of the entrance to the newly constructed George Manning Home by the Manchester Unity Homes Trust Board at 147 Lyttelton Street in Spreydon.
William Marks, a resident who lives opposite the school, examines the burnt remains of a classroom at West Spreydon School at 147 Lyttelton Street in Spreydon.
View of the George Manning Home courtyard area being landscaped during the construction of the home at 147 Lyttelton Street, Spreydon.
Exterior of the George Manning Home at 147 Lyttelton Street, Spreydon, at the time it was opened by the Manchester Unity Homes Trust Board.
The first spun concrete poles made in the South Island being erected in Lyttelton Street.
June Hunt during a visit to the grotto at Spreydon Baptist Church.
Side view of the Lyttelton Street Dairy during the first stages of asbestos removal and demolition works to the dairy and adjoining house. Taken from the Lyttelton Street side looking towards the...