Volunteers and organisers Ron Proctor (left) and Frank Harvey planting shrubs along Ferry Road near the Ferry Road roundabout to Ferrymead bridge which have been donated by the Christchurch Botanic...
Radley Mill, the site of Kaiapoi Textiles Limited in Woolston.
Police guarding the scene of an acetylene tank explosion at Anderson Heavy Ferrous Foundry Centre on Curries Road, Woolston. The tank exploded as it was being unloaded from a flack deck truck.
Interior of the new Davis Gelatine processing plant on Connal Street in Woolston.
The Heathcote River floods Richardson Terrace and Clarendon Terrace.
Craig Hawthorne, aged 11, of Linwood hooking soft drink cans with a piece of wood on a string at the labour day fair in Woolston Park.
Karl Sciascia and his friend Tania Westbury, of Linwood, dancing on the grass at the Labour day fair in Woolston Park.
Woolston Primary School pupils crossing a makeshift bridge.
Exterior of government built houses on Ferry Road in Woolston.
Exterior of Jubilee Memorial House aged care facility at 2 Jubilee Street in Woolston.
Exterior of Jubilee Hospital for the Aged at 2 Jubilee Street in Woolston.
Exterior of the Queen's Jubilee Memorial Home, at 2 Jubilee Street in Woolston.
Residents of Jubilee Home in Woolston who are unhappy at proposals to close the home. Pictured are, from left, Mataura Chant, Melva Bruce, Elsie Beckingsale, Mary Dalziel and Edith Chant.
Excavations on Bamford Street in Woolston to lower a pipeline.
L.H. McCarroll, assistant general manager of Amalgamated Batteries, with a battery outside their factory in Woolston.
Machinists assembling shoes at the Marathon Rubber Footwear factory in Woolston.
Exterior and signage of the Portstone restaurant, Woolston.
The nearly completed footbridge over the Heathcote River at the end of Catherine Street in Woolston.
Plaque marking the proclamation of Woolston as a borough in 1893 on the Woolston Borough Monument.
A former horse trough on the corner of Richardson Terrace and Ferry Road in Woolston.
A crowd outside Woolston Post Office on the corner of Ferry Road and St Johns Street during the official opening by the Postmaster-General, the Hon A. E. Kinsella.
Barrels full of lamb caecums ready to be unloaded into a cool store.
Taken from above, a view down to the Samoan Congregational Christian Church Hall in Woolston during a traditional banquet to mark the opening of the hall.
Children gathered around a table at the Samoan Congregational Christian Church Hall in Woolston during a traditional banquet to mark the opening of the hall.