Heavy lift steam crane "Rapaki" docked at Lyttelton wharf.
Steam dredge docked in Lyttelton Harbour.
Lyttelton Harbour from the overbridge. Tug Lyttelton and an old dredge are visible on the water.
The TEV Wahine inter-island ferry in Lyttelton Harbour.
Houses on Oxford Street near the corner with Exeter Street.
An early steamship and older sailing ship on Lyttelton Harbour, with Lyttelton township in the background.
Explosives and a boat being unloaded from the frigate, Blackpool, at Lyttelton.
Sno-cat Able being loaded on to a transporter off the HMNZS Endeavour at Lyttelton for transportation to Canterbury Museum.
Views of Jinyo Maru, Japanese ship in Lyttelton Harbour.
Portraits of Captain A. W. Webb who is the master of the ship, USNS. Private John R. Towle (shown with Captain A. W Webb in Lyttelton Harbour).
Zambeze cargo ship at the wharf in Lyttelton Harbour.
Deck and control room of the Zambeze cargo ship docked in Lyttelton Harbour.
Interior and exterior views of the MV Kungsholme ship in Lyttelton Harbour.
Cruise ship passengers boarding a bus after disembarking the MV Kungsholm ship at Lyttelton.
Boats in a misty Lyttelton Harbour.
A memory of watching from a Lyttelton West School classroom as a crane collapsed on Lyttelton Wharf after being hit by a ship.
Micheal Will shares a story of playing hide and seek in Lyttelton as a child.
Various residents recount their stories of delivering newspapers in Lyttelton.
A memory from Silvia Smythe of visiting Lyttelton Wharf as a child and receiving a piece of coral from a Russian sailor.
Deep-sea fishermen, Joe McDonald and Bob Ockwell, on a wharf in Lyttelton beside the Marewa boat.
HMAS Inverell berthing in port at Lyttelton Wharf.
Men unloading and stacking confiscated crayfish pots onto Lyttelton wharf.