Wool machines at the factory of Lane Walker Rudkin, 11 Durham Street, Sydenham.
Ali White operates the filling machine at Barkers Winery, Geraldine which has just started producing non-alcoholic fruit drinks.
Nan Williams and Archie Ross, long serving staff members, at work at the Kaiapoi Woollen Mill.
Exterior of the Kaiapoi Woollen Mill buildings in Kaiapoi shortly before its closure.
Long service employees of Kaiapoi Woollen Mills. Pictured are, from left, Miss N. Wright, Mrs F. Wyatt, Mr E. Raudsepp, Mr M. G. Jackson, Miss M. McQuillan, Mr H. Moody, Mr D. G. Ashley, Mr M. B...
View of the feeder hopper where the fluoride is added to the water supply at the fluoridation plant, Jeffreys Road.
Newspaper caption: (1) A group of co-operative labourers outside No. 3 Tunnel. (2) The extreme point of civilisation. This tent is situated at Broken River and is the furthest from headquarters (3) A...
Demolition material and machinery storage at Barbadoes Street.
Dr C. Hooker operating a radio machine that grows crystals
Dr J. D. Ferguson and technician, Miss Kathleen Macfarlane, of D.S.I.R operating a leaf protein extraction machine.
Newspaper caption: The Arthur's Pass tunnel accident. The four men on the left worked unceasingly in their efforts to effect a breach. Their names are (from the left) - C. Gardiner, G. Cameron, G...
A fitter and turner at work at Kaianga workshop.
Newspaper caption: The progress of the Midland Railway construction. This is one of the boring machines which the Government purchased for work in connection with rock tunnels on the Midland line. The...
Photograph published without additional caption.
Cross arm boring machine designed by Barry S. Burnett and manufactured by the Municipal Electricity Department.
Interior of Booth MacDonald factory with lights on, looking north.
Interior of Booth MacDonald factory with new lights on, looking south.
View of the site for the Canterbury Public Library during the assembly of a large crane on the site. Hoarding advertises the site of the library to the public along Gloucester Street.
Fenced off earthquake damaged buildings in Colombo Street.
View of a digger demolishing a townhouse at 244 Salisbury Street.
Shipping container barrier contains the demolition of the Community of the Sacred Name convent and chapel, corner of Barbadoes Street and St Asaph Street.
Demolition of the Community of the Sacred Name convent on the corner of Barbadoes and St Asaph Street.