Train engine being towed through Colombo Street. Behind is DIC Beaths.
Exterior of Trudy's Interiors and Hai Sing Takeaways at 344-346 Lincoln Road in Addington.
Pirie Motors Ltd car sales yard at 376 Lincoln Road on the corner with Harman Street in Addington, looking towards the central city.
The Wizard and Kerry McCammon opening the Summer Times festival in Cathedral Square.
Procession of trucks and trailers advertising the Contract 85 exhibition.
Durhams Transport trucks transporting concrete tanks made by Consolidated Concrete passing through Kaiapoi. The tanks are destined for Waipara for use as part of the main water supply for the area.
People collecting water from Fulton Hogan tanker in Opawa Road.
Setting up the desalination plant.
Fitzgerald Avenue between Heywood Terrace and Harvey Terrace looking south.
Workers and vehicles on grounds of Risingholme Community Centre, 22 Cholmondeley Avenue, Opawa.
Three trucks outside Urban Search and Rescue base building. Two are fire engines.
Sign in tent and fire trucks at Urban Search and Rescue base.
A concrete yacht being transported from New Brighton to Kaiapoi on a semi-trailer.
Views of a forklift unloading barrels of lamb caecums at a factory in Woolston.
Betty Pearson (left) and Louise Callander of the Save the Children Fund with textured vegetable protein destined for aid in Vietnam. The packages are to be flown on a Hercules flight from Wigram to...
View of construction work of the new police headquarters on the corner of Cambridge Terrace and Hereford Street.
A subsidiary of Skellerup Industries Ltd, Rotocure, truck transporting butylclad roofing sheets to be exported to Sydney, Australia.
View of a car parked in a clearway zone on Colombo Street looking North towards Cathedral Square.
Views of excavation work on Kilmarnock Street.
The large promotional Farmers Department Store fibreglass Santa Claus on the back of a truck following being dismantled from his place above the store on Armagh Street.
Views of two fibreglass pools on a truck being transported from Dunedin to Christchurch.
Views of Mr Brian Terris, a driver with McAllister's, with a pile of wood shavings that are in surplus following the closing down of Fletcher Wood Panels Ltd who used to accept the bulk of the...