A1 Koki Takeaways
Exterior of the Addington Mall Fish Supply shop at 296 Lincoln Road in Addington with Addingtown shopping centre and car park in the background.
Workers and vehicles on grounds of Risingholme Community Centre, 22 Cholmondeley Avenue, Opawa.
Views of the exterior and interior of a furniture removal van for Empire Express.
Portraits of Ian Quigley, Cromwell Deputy Mayor.
Workers preparing the foundations of the Christchurch Star office building on Kilmore Street.
Snow covering Dyers Pass Road and the car park at the Sign of the Kiwi. Two men push a plumbers van up the hill.
A group of three, Leigh Neil, Robin Neil and James Currie, protesting against the protesters who are at the Operation Deep Freeze base in Harewood protesting the airborne phase of the ANZUS exercise.
Ranfurly Shield parade. [Frame 32] Person in costume with oversized clown head. [Frames 33 to 34] Truck with Canterbury fans in back and poem about Otago. [Frames 35 and 36] Austin van with signage on...
Twenty year old rescuer Michael Webb seated in his work van with a cigarette. A storeman for a Ferry Road motor supply firm, he had rescued an injured man from a station wagon which was sinking in the...
Super Seven on Ferry Road.
Exterior views of a Daihatsu flat deck van.
Vehicles parked outside the Government Life Building at 69 Cathedral Square.
Te Pou Herenga Waka pouwhenua at the Worcester Street entrance to the Christchurch City Council civic offices.
Scenes of floats in the Canterbury Rugby Supporters parade along Manchester Street. [Frames 1 and 2] Members of the Canterbury Rugby Union with the Ranfurly Shield. [Frame 3] Christchurch Star van in...
A Toyota Hiace van after a bomb was detonated under its bonnet outside the showroom of Liteview Industries at 1 Birmingham Drive, Riccarton.
Mr and Mrs G. A. Seal, a British couple with the mobile home they are taking across the world on tour, currently in Christchurch during seven-month tour of New Zealand.
Mr and Mrs G. A. Seal, a British couple sitting inside the mobile home they are taking across the world on tour, currently in Christchurch during seven-month tour of New Zealand.
View of High Street in the rain from the United Services Hotel looking south east towards the Christchurch Gas Works.
Caltex Depot, Blenheim Road. Approx. 1965.
S.R. Gerrand demonstrating the interior of the mobile television unit purchased by Christchurch Teachers College.
Views of Penstocks made by C. W. F. Hamilton Ltd travelling to Lake Tekapo.
A woman walking past the Stock X Change bar and cafe at 185 Manchester Street. Behind her, to the south, is the intersection with Cashel Street,