"Q" 345, steam locomotive (4-6-2 type). There is a group of unidentified railways employees, by the cab. Photographed by Albert Percy Godber.
"T" 106, steam locomotive (2-8-0 type). There are two unidentified railways employees, standing beside the locomotive. Photographed by Albert Percy Godber. This film negative is taken from an original print in ... More
Three men in a stand of kauri, with a fallen tree sawn into logs for transportation. Two men are identifiable from other images in Godber Album Vol 101: Hans Peter Knutzen (in white hat standing on the kauri s... More
An unidentified man standing beneath the huge flower stalk of an agave shawii plant, giving an indication of its height, with a native lancewood to the right. Unknown location. Photograph taken by Albert Percy Godber.
A southbound express to Auckland hauled by an A Class locomotive passes an Ab Class locomotive parked outside the engine shed at Maungaturoto, ca late 1920s. Photograph taken by Albert Percy Godber.
A wooden slab hut with a cloth roof, photographed in the bush with Albert Percy Godber standing outside, at the doorway, holding a bucket. The hut's chimney (left) is made of corrugated iron. Probably the house... More
Aa class steam locomotive (NZR Number 648), fitted with Pyle-National electric headlight. Photographed at the Petone Railway Workshops on 23 May 1921 by A P Godber.
Albert Percy Godber, the photographer, sitting in a rowboat on the Waihou River, near Te Aroha. Photograph taken in 1917. Dated from other images in the Godber album at Pa1-q-102.
Beehives in a field at the government-run apiary at Ruakura. The field is surrounded by trees, photographed by Albert Percy Godber, 1921.
View of a bungalow with large bay in the centre, verandahs on either side. On the left verandah, the doorway is a few steps above the level of the verandah floor, with open wooden steps leading down. An unident... More
Bungalow with two women standing on the verandah. There is a trellis fence at the back of the house, and a paling fence in front. Photograph taken by Albert Percy Godber circa 1911.
View of a car crossing a bridge over the Mangahao River, with native bush covering the hill. Photograph taken by Albert Percy Godber circa 1930s.
Carved wooden Maori cenotaph at Te Koura, in memory of those who died in influenza epidemic. Photographed in 1920 by Albert Percy Godber.
Climax 1650 locomotive, Mangatukutuku Viaduct near Ongarue, Ruapehu district Public domain photograph of a steam locomotive, engine, train, railroad, free to use, no copyright restrictions image - Picryl description
Climax logging locomotive and railway workers at Petone workshops. Photograph taken in 1913 by Albert Percy Godber. Men identified in album at Pa1-o-198 (Godber album, Vol 107, p 28): left to right: C Davis, C ... More
Climax steam locomotive with load of logs en route to the Ellis & Burnand sawmill at Mangapehi. Taken by Albert Percy Godber. This film negative is a copy made by Godber from the page in the Godber Album Vol 10... More
Climax steam locomotive hauling an enclosed carriage and a laden goods wagon in bush country; probably a logging train. Photographed by Albert Percy Godber, circa 1920s. Identified from comparison with image at... More
Closeup view of the Uenuku-mai-rarotonga meeting house, Punawhakareia Marae, Rotoiti, with the photographer, Albert Percy Godber, seated beside a carved figure. Photograph taken by Godber, circa 1930s.
View of the Deep Stream Railway Station, probably near the junction of Deep Stream and the Taieri River. Two women and a man are waiting at the station which is in a valley, beside the river. A ruined house is ... More
Dredging operations at Whangarei Wharf circa 1924. View showns the drefge, a bridge centre right, small boats tied up on the far side of the river, and houses on a hill behind. Photographed by Albert Percy Godb... More
View of the exterior of the Menzie's Hall, Silverstream, with three children standing at the door. The hall was used for Sunday School and services between 1920 and 1921. Photographed by A P Godber.
"H" class locomotive, originally named "Mount Cook", photographed at Cross Creek in 1886. Two men are identified as J Hosie (on front of engine), and G Bartlett (in cab). Note on back of File Print reads: Photo... More
View of a railway workshop, possibly at Hillside, Dunedin, showing a firebox under construction for an A Class steam locomotive. Photographed by Albert Percy Godber.
Firemen and a fire engine outside the Petone Fire Station on the corner of Adelaide and Buick Streets. From left to right: fireman A S Burrows, motorman K Vercoe and Deputy Superintendent Albert Percy Godber. P... More
View of a flax worker feeding a flax leaf into the stripper. The negative is a copy of an image in an unidentified publication, photographed by an unidentified photographer. Copy photographed by Albert Percy Go... More
Group of workmen by cool trucks. 'K' wagons. Most of the men are identified in PA1-q-103. (Godber album 110, pH). From left, standing below the cool trucks: T. Blackburn; J Wiren; (1 Unnamed); H Allan; (2 unna... More
Horse-drawn trolley laden with sawn timber, on the railway track between Piha and Karekare. Photograph taken by Albert Percy Godber, between 1915 and 1916.
Scene inside a New Zealand railway carriage. A woman is seated on the right, wearing a hat, and a coat with fur collar and cuffs. A young girl is standing on the seat on the left. They are both looking out the ... More
Interior view of a living room with a fireplace centre right. There are fire-irons, a set of bellows, and a metal fire-guard by the fireplace; ornaments and photographs on the mantelpiece; a clock set in a shi... More
Interior view of the Petone Fire Station, showing a fire engine, and a wagon carrying ladders and equipment. Photograph taken by Albert Percy Godber in 1917.
Interior view of the South End machine shop at the Hillside Railway Workshops, Dunedin. Photograph taken by Albert Percy Godber, in October 1925.
Interior view of the tinsmiths' shop at Hillside Railway Workshops, Dunedin, showing two tinsmiths shaping and cutting tin. Photographed by Albert Percy Godber, circa 1927.
No 117, a J class steam locomotive, 2-6-0 type in yard at Hillside Railway Workshops, Dunedin. Photograph taken by Albert Percy Godber.
"Ka" 949, a K class locomotive, 4-8-4 type, photographed circa 1947 to 1949, after being equipped for oil-firing, by an unidentified photographer for New Zealand Railways. This image is a film negative taken by... More
Kelburn cable car travelling on the incline, Wellington. An unidentified passenger can be seen sitting on the outdoor seat facing the camera. The cable car may be stationary. Photograph taken by Albert Percy... More
L class steam locomotive "L" 206, 4-4-2T type, with a group of railway workers standing on and beside the engine. Photographed by Albert Percy Godber at Petone Railway Workshops in 1900 after it was altered fr... More
Public Works Department steam locomotive 509, L class, at Whangarei. Photograph taken by Albert Percy Godber circa 1911. Location and date from similar image at APG-1391-1/2-F, taken from a print in Godber Albu... More
No 90, an M class steam locomotive, after modification in 1890 to 2-4-4T type, with three men. Two of the men are engine firemen, standing in the engine doorway; the third man stands at the front of the locomot... More
Machinery for the construction, repair and maintenance of locomotives, in the Hillside railway workshops, Dunedin. In relief on the machine is the maker's name "Fk. Pollard & Co., Leicester, England. 107". Ph... More
The korupe (carving over the window frame) at Mahina-a-Rangi meeting house at Turangawaewae Marae, Ngaruawahia. It shows the Tainui canoe (ca. 1350) with its captain, Hoturoa. Above the canoe is Te Hoe-o-Tainui... More
Makohine Viaduct under construction, looking along the bridge with a tunnel mouth visible at the far end. Photographed early 1900s by Albert Percy Godber.
Model of Walschaert's valve gear, for teaching and demonstration, photographed in 1926 at the Hillside Railway Workshops, Dunedin, by Albert Percy Godber.
A monument to the advent of Christianity in Otaki in 1840, which was erected in 1927 to replace the Jubilee Pole; and the Te Rauparaha Monument behind, erected by his son Tamihana Te Rauparaha, at Otaki. Photog... More
One of Albert Percy Godber's grandsons, Colin or Norman Hartwig, and his wife Laura Godber, standing in front of a car on the Akatarawa Road, with tree ferns below the road on the right. Photographed by Albert ... More
Motor driven mobile crane at the Hillside railway workshops, Dunedin, with two railway employees standing alongside. Photographed between 1925 and 1928 by A P Godber.
Opening of the new fire station at Silverstream on the Hutt Road. There are flags flying above the fire station, strung from the viewing tower, the fire engine is parked outside the fire station, and there is a... More
Oruaiwi township, also known as Waituhi, showing houses lining a bush railway line. Uncut trees are visible in the background. Photograph taken crica 1922 by Albert Percy Godber.
View of an Osgood steam shovel on railway development works at Whangarei. Several unidentified workmen are alongside the shovel. Photograph taken by Albert Percy Godber in February 1923.
View of a crane which had overturned, in the process of being righted, at the Petone Railway Workshops (Area served: Wellington region), in 1923. Photographed by Albert Percy Godber.
Interior of the paint shop at Petone Railway Workshops, showing the last three cars to be painted. This shop became the motor bus shop and one of the first buses is visible between the cars. Photographed by Al... More
Part 1 of a 2 part panorama overlooking Whangamomona showing the railway line with bridge over the river, huts and tents alongside the railway line, and centre left the business premises of Manoy & Hassall (Dra... More
Passenger train, the Daylight Express, crossing the Manganui-a-te-Ao Viaduct. There is a road bridge in the foreground. Photograph taken by Albert Percy Godber.
Petone Fire Brigade Station on the corner of Adelaide and Buick Streets. Uniformed firemen are outside using ladders and hoses. A horse drawn fire-engine is also visible. Photograph taken by Albert Percy Godbe... More
Interior of the 'Erecting Shop' at the Petone Railway Workshops, showing locomotives of K, H, Wb and R classes. The Erecting Shop was where engines were stripped down for maintenance. Photographed in 1900 by A P Godber.
Interior of the 'Erecting Shop' at the Petone Railway Workshops, with several locomotives being repaired. The Erecting Shop was where engines were stripped down for maintenance. Photographed by A P Godber.
Piha tram line, as it leaves Piha towards Karekare, for transporting timber, circa 1915-1916. A horse drawn rail wagon is on a siding, with a load of timber on the incline above. Photographed by Albert Percy Godber.