Radley Mill, the site of Kaiapoi Textiles Limited in Woolston.
Aerial view of Woolston showing Ferry Road, Radley Street and the Heathcote River.
Carol Ornsby lifts golf balls from the paint machine at the Spalding factory on Radley Street in Woolston.
Exterior of the Radley Four Square Store at 25 Radley Street on the corner with Cumnor Terrace in Woolston.
Exterior of Radley Dealers, a second hand store, at 59 Radley Street on the corner with Ashmole Street in Woolston.
Barbara Anderson, a Woolston resident, at the Radley Street bridge section of the Heathcote River with the collapsing riverbank in the background.
A boat clearing the weeds from the Heathcote River looking towards the Radley bridge on Radley Street and to Clarendon Terrace on the opposite side of the river. Photograph taken from Ferry Road...
Pauline Mundy of Spalding with the company's golf balls produced at Spalding's Woolston plant on Radley Street.
Bill Agnew with golf clubs at Spalding's Woolston plant on Radley Street.
The Radley Street factory of Gollin Sports Limited in Woolston.
Golf ball manufacturing machine at Gollin Sports Limited on Radley Street in Woolston.
Golf clubs manufactured at Spalding's Woolston plant on Radley Street.
Aerial view of Woolston with the Heathcote River running through the centre. Ferry Road is to the left and Radley Street is to the right. Rutherford Street runs behind the river.
Native plants on the banks of the Heathcote River next to 9 Radley Street.
A view of Superheat Limited, 9 Radley Street, from across the Heathcote River
View of the Heathcote River and Radley Street bridge.
Radley Street substation in Woolston.