The new Akaroa Volunteer Fire Brigade fire engine, a Chevrolet Custom C35 chassis and cab, the first of its kind in New Zealand.
County Chairman, K. M. Baxter, formally transferring a new fire engine to the Methven Volunteer Fire Brigade in front of a local crowd.
Construction of the Brooklands Volunteer Fire Brigade fire station.
Exterior of the new fire station at 49 Beach Road in Akaroa.
The new fire station and vehicles at 49 Beach Road in Akaroa.
Cars parked outside the Akaroa fire station at 49 Beach Road.
Members of the McNab family (from top left) Craig, Ross and Ian. Bottom, from left, Bruce, Fiona and Jack. All belong to the Sumner Volunteer Fire Brigade.
Lorraine Petrie, fire fighter and Waiau Station Officer. Lorraine is the first female officer in a Canterbury brigade.
Di Fisher, a member of the New Brighton Volunteer Fire Brigade and the first woman firefighter in Christchurch.
Reverend Charles Parry-Jennings and two other members of the Lincoln Volunteer Fire Brigade holding a fire hose outside the Lincoln Volunteer Fire Station.
Keith Beardsley, Ray Kiesanowski (centre) and Ashley Fitchett (left) the youngest member of the brigade at age 18, restocking fire hoses at the New Brighton fire station.
Stephen Nash with Flick, the fire engine for the Pines Beach and Kairaki Volunteer Fire Brigade.