Scene of houses before the Lyttelton Road tunnel was started

Scene of houses before the Lyttelton Road tunnel was started

Thick smoke from the spreading Port Hills fire envelopes Lyttelton Harbour on Wednesday morning.

Thick smoke from the spreading Port Hills fire envelopes Lyttelton Harbour on Wednesday morning.

The fire near Governors Bay on Wednesday morning.

The fire near Governors Bay on Wednesday morning.

Fire in the Port Hills seen from The Diamond Harbour Ferry.

Fire in the Port Hills seen from The Diamond Harbour Ferry.

Borough Council & Library corner Oxford st & Sumner rd early Lyttelton

Borough Council & Library corner Oxford st & Sumner rd early Lyttelton

1964 Lyttleton tunnel under construction

1964 Lyttleton tunnel under construction

The Wahine is widely known in New Zealand because of her disastrous wrecking in April 1968, in what came to be called the ‘Wahine storm’. She is shown here in 1966, decked with flags for her maiden voyage to Lyttelton.

The Wahine is widely known in New Zealand because of her disastrous wrecking in April 1968, in what came to be called the ‘Wahine storm’. She is shown here in 1966, decked with flags for her maiden voyage to Lyttelton.

PHOTO: The Rainbow Warrior in Lyttelton dry dock http://act.gp/Yyd7u5

Onwards with a shiny clean hull to the sub-Antarctic Islands

PHOTO: The Rainbow Warrior in Lyttelton dry dock http://act.gp/Yyd7u5

Stevedores Lyttelton?

Stevedores Lyttelton?

Beaties Nikau Dining House Oxford Street, 1963

Beaties Nikau Dining House Oxford Street, 1963

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