LE Elms & Sons Ltd truck with crane attached
L.E. Elms and Sons Carriers Hastings crane truck positioning beams at Hastings Tyre Service premises. Negotiating power lines. Photographic print.
Heretaunga Street West opposite Southland Road. Delivery of concrete beam. Romanes building?
Sign on door reads: Truck Tyre Caps a Speciality.
Recapping Retreading Repairing. All makes of new and used tubes in stock. After Hours Service Phone 9-9753M and 9-9285D
Bill Elms in the cabin of his home-made truck, unloading coal from train rail wagons at Hastings railway siding during early 1950s.
The coal was trucked up to the hospital.
Crane truck that was built in the late 1950s
Crane loading from rail wagons at Hastings railway siding during early 1950s.
Post and Telegraph Office, Poppelwell’s menswear store, Hastings clock tower in background.
Loading coal onto Bedford truck to cart up to Hastings hospital.
Crane truck loading coal on to truck at Hastings railway siding for delivery to Hastings Hospital
Crane truck in Canning Road paddock of prefabricated buildings
Crane truck at Hastings rail siding, loading coal on to LE Elms & Sons Ltd truck.
Post and Telegraph Office building in background. Next door is Poppelwell’s menswear store.
Number plate of truck is H14.413.
Crane truck in Canning Road yard
Two trucks with crane truck loading shingle. Two men having smoko beside the trucks.
Digging shingle in Maraekakaho Road left (now opposite Tumu Timbers). Truck of L.E. Elms and Sons Carriers Hastings and truck of J. Pickering, Carrier in Havelock North. Pickering lived in Te Mata Road.
Contractor on bulldozer behind crane used to make a cutting from the Porangahau River to prevent a repeat of the 1941 flood
Crane and bulldozer used to make a cutting from the Porangahau River to prevent a repeat of the 1941 flood
Contractor in crane used to make a cutting from the Porangahau River to prevent a repeat of the 1941 flood