View from the shore of a crane on New Brighton pier during its construction.
View from the beach of cranes on New Brighton pier during its construction.
New Brighton Pier with the beach in the foreground. People can be seen walking along the pier.
View across to New Brighton Pier and Pegasus Bay taken from Richmond Hill. The Waimakariri River is visible in the background.
Rangitane and pilot boat, Wairangi, at Lyttelton Harbour.
View of New Brighton Beach, looking south towards the pier.
P-class yacht racing at Sumner.
View of New Brighton Pier from Marine Parade with advertising, Time For A Capstan, alongside one of the buildings.
Newspaper caption: The pier, which is of iron, is here seen at its full height of 220 feet. It is built on a concrete foundation, 30 feet deep. The gully is 480 feet across, and is 237 feet in depth...
Nine-year-old Philip Elvidge trying to haul a dead beaked whale lying on Gladstone Pier at Lyttelton.
A foggy morning down by the New Brighton Pier.
With my twin at New Brighton - the old pier is in the background.
"Terra Nova", a steam and sailing ship moored at Port Lyttelton, possibly as part of Scott's British Antarctic Expedition (1910-1913). "Terra Nova" regularly used Port Lyttelton to overhaul and refit...
Sunrise at New Brighton Pier.
Sunrise at New Brighton.
Opposition protest at New Brighton Beach, Christchurch, to deep sea oil drilling in New Zealand waters. Anadarko were completing exploratory drilling work and seismic surveying.
Clouds looming over New Brighton Pier.
Views of Russian fishing trawler Kontayka berthed at Lyttelton. The trawler is the largest commercial vessel to visit Lyttelton.
Staff in the control room of fishing trawler Kontayka.
Unloading cars from the Wilwara at Gladstone Pier in Lyttelton.
Cars parked at Gladstone Pier in Lyttelton after being unloaded from the car carrier vessel, Wilmara.
Unloading cars from the Wilwara at Gladstone Pier in Lyttelton, and cars parked along the road, having been unloaded.