Views of a procession through the streets of Leeston for the Ellesmere Agricultural and Pastoral Association centennial show.
Rangiora traction engine rally with three females who are dressed in 1920's period costume.
A. Burland oiling his traction engine at a rally held at Yaldhurst.
Views of a portable cabin being towed by a traction engine.
Views of traction engines on display at a rally in Yaldhurst.
12-ton traction engine on the ship Hawea in Lyttelton.
Photograph published without additional caption.
View of a traction engine travelling in front of ChristChurch Cathedral and the Citizens War Memorial at the Cathedral Square and Colombo Street intersection. A small group of people are stood...
A traction engine on the back of a truck travelling through Cathedral Square to a crowd of people during the Canterbury A&P Centennial.
A traction engine travelling through Cathedral Square during the Canterbury A&P Centennial.
My maternal grandfather, William Charles Brown, driving an Invicta steam traction engine, pulling stumps in Linwood, Christchurch. Unknown date, probably around the time of the First World War. -...
Traction engine photo - used for house shifting by the Gurdler family. 1920/30
A group of three traction engines travelling up Colombo Street past South City Mall towards the central city. The Cashmere Hills are visible in the background.
Newspaper caption: The system of conveying farm produce from the country districts to the Christchurch market by traction engine is developing largely, and our picture represents a load of forty tons...
Lallie Eaves driving a traction engine on her families land at Windwhistle near Mount Hutt.
A saw mill powered by a Clayton and Shuttleworth traction engine owned by the Eaves family at Windwhistle near Mount Hutt.
A traction engine powered saw mill in operation.
John, Eric and Katherine Eaves operate a traction engine powered saw mill.
"Harvested grain loaded in paddock 1916-17." - Contributor's note.
"Traction engines fired up, grain loaded and hut in tow at farm entrance 1915." - Contributor's note.