Train engine being towed through Colombo Street. Behind is DIC Beaths.
With the establishment of the Canterbury Tramway Company Limited, from 1880 trams became a means of connecting the city with the outer suburbs. The Christchurch tramway system was discontinued in 1954...
Children from Burwood Play Centre riding the tram at Ferrymead Transport Museum. [Frame 32] Brent Trembath.
Children from Burwood Play Centre in front of a tram at Ferrymead Transport Museum.
Views of the restored electric trams at Ferrymead.
Views of the restored No.178 tram at Ferrymead. Pictured in frame 2 are George Chalmers and Eric Watson.
My relatives - Aunt Dossie and Uncle Bill; Aunt Agnes and Uncle Ted and their son (top). My mum with my eldest brother Keith and my Nana (bottom). Going to North Beach for a Boxing Day outing. My dad...
A view of a festival taking place on Sumner Beach looking towards Scarborough.
High Street, looking south from Cashel Street intersection.
View of Cathedral Square after alterations have been made to the Godley plot.
Intersection of Hereford Street and Colombo Street, looking south.
A tram crosses the Hereford Street and Colombo Street intersection.
A tram enters Colombo Street after crossing Hereford Street.
People and trams in Cathedral Square. Also visible is construction of 293 Durham Street North.
Trams in Cathedral Square and construction of 293 Durham Street North.