Members of the Christchurch Harmonic Choir singing to staff in the cafeteria of Lane Walker Rudkin Ltd. Conducting the choir is Mr William Hawkey.
Members of the Christchurch Boys' Brigade gathered at Christchurch Railway Station ahead of travelling to their annual camp at Waipara.
Scenes of members of the Friends of the Ferrymead Fraternity photographing a steam engine at Christchurch Railway Station ahead of them taking a trip on the train to Tinwald.
Knitting machine being operated at the Lane Walker Rudkin Industries Ltd factory. The knitting machine can do approx. 1600 rows per minute.
Exterior of the Sydenham Post Office building built in 1911 at 340 Colombo Street, Sydenham.
Aerial view of the Lane Walker Rudkin Industries factory site on Brougham Street, Sydenham. Montreal Street, Durham Street South and Colombo Street are also visible.
A child, Mark Nicholl, on his bicycle carrying a Christmas tree in Sydenham.
Hoghton Hughes sat in the studio of Music World in Sydenham.
Sydenham butcher, W.D. Cross, outside his butchery and showing the damage to his car by trade unionists.
Tutor, Bernie van Haandel (right) working with Adrian Connew who is taking part in a Access carpentry course at the Salvation Army Carlyle Career Centre in Sydenham.
Wool machines at the factory of Lane Walker Rudkin, 11 Durham Street, Sydenham.
Senior Sergeant Mike Moore with boxes of nails used in the nail bombing of Sydenham police station on Stanley Street.
Police car blocking Colombo Street in Sydenham outside the Firehouse night club at no. 293 after three bombs were discovered.
Police and explosive experts at the Firehouse night club at 293 Colombo Street in Sydenham where two bombs were defused and third exploded.
A bomb disposal officer looks behind a fence to where two bombs were defused at the Firehouse night club at 293 Colombo Street in Sydenham.
Police investigators at the scene of a nail bomb attack at Sydenham police station on Stanley Street.
Firefighters operating pumps and hoses on Colombo Street in Sydenham.
Firefighters hosing the top of a bitumen tank which exploded at Bituminous Roofing Products Limited, Coleridge Street in Sydenham.
The site of the former Langford House, a former residential care home, following demolition works at 20 Battersea Street on the corner with Durham Street in Sydenham.
Exterior of Langford House a former residential care home, shortly prior to demolition works at 20 Battersea Street on the corner with Durham Street in Sydenham.
Tom Pyle, 82, resident of Langford House at 20 Battersea Street in Sydenham. He is sitting outside the facility with his suitcase following the decision was made by the Canterbury Aged Welfare Council...
The Gothic Church in Sydenham (corner of Colombo & Brougham Streets) sustained damage during the February earthquake, then was mistakenly demolished.An amusing installation of clothesline and laundry...
Former Christchurch Railway Station building, 392 Moorhouse Avenue.