Views of the Christchurch South Rotary Club fair at Sydenham Park. [Frames 38 to 40] View from inside the crane ride. [Frames 41 to 42] Children riding on a trailer with hay bales pulled by a tractor.
Sydenham Cricket Club holding an anniversary celebration match in Sydenham Park. [Frame 23] Dave Gallop bats for a side.
Views of the crane ride at the Christchurch South Rotary Club fair at Sydenham Park.
Views of the crane ride and passengers at the Christchurch South Rotary Club fair at Sydenham Park.
Views of Joey the parrot next to a 16in Coalport porcelain vase.
Charles Capes, with a Meissen porcelain antique entitled Village Dancers.
Exterior of the Sydenham Post Office building built in 1911 at 340 Colombo Street, Sydenham.
Viva Sila standing on Waltham Road.
Viva Sila and Tafaoga Carmine, 50s style, at a Trinity Church dance at the old Railway Station Hall.
Exterior of the Rogers St Butchery at 10 Rogers Street in Sydenham.
Exterior of Smiths City Market at 156 Colombo Street in Sydenham.
Rooftops of workshops on Sandyford Street, looking north west.
Workshops on Sandyford Street, including Chamberlain Auto Springs and Suspension.
Site of apartments and shops on the corner of Colombo Street and Sandyford Street.
Moorhouse Avenue overbridge, seen from the south.
Exterior view of the Sydenham Heritage Church on the corner of Colombo street and Brougham Street. A sign for Blue Jean Cuisine restaurant is visible on the right before the Church.
View of the railway line and southern facade of the Dalgety building on Moorhouse Avenue, as seen from the warehouse on Cass Street.
A model of a ram on the roof of Dominion Flooring at 60 Durham Street South, as seen from 28 Battersea Street.
View of the corner of Sandyford Street and Colombo Street, Sydenham.
Site on the corner of Colombo Street and Wordsworth Street.
A road work sign on the corner of Moorhouse Avenue and Gasson Street.
Looking west from the corner of Moorhouse Avenue and Gasson Street.
Buildings at 458 to 464 Colombo Street, Sydenham, as seen from the corner with Sandyford Street.