Becker Fraser Earthquake Photographs September 2010

Photographs taken by BeckerFraserPhotos in September 2010.

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7:55pm 31st October 2017
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BeckerFraserPhotos September 2010 photograph 013
BeckerFraserPhotos September 2010 photograph 013
The Flexi Weld Plastic Welding Specialists Building on St Asaph Street with a collapsed top storey, the bricks fallen to the pavement and the roof buckled.
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BeckerFraserPhotos September 2010 photograph 014
A pile of bricks on the roof of The Christchurch Club, the remains of its collapsed chimney.
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BeckerFraserPhotos September 2010 photograph 015
Strengthening work being undertaken by two workers suspended over the gable of the Wesleyan Methodist Church on the corner of Colombo and Brougham Street in Sydenham.
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BeckerFraserPhotos September 2010 photograph 016
A collapsed building on Worcester Street near the Press Building.
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BeckerFraserPhotos September 2010 photograph 017
A man talking to two soldiers in front of a cordon on Worcester Street. 'Emergency Police' tape has been placed across the street.
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BeckerFraserPhotos September 2010 photograph 018
A house on Dilworth Street in Riccarton. The chimney has crumbled, leaving bricks scattered on top of the roof. Plastic sheeting and blankets have been laid over the roof as weather proofing.
BeckerFraserPhotos September 2010 photograph 019
BeckerFraserPhotos September 2010 photograph 019
A demolished shop on Riccarton Road, now a pile of bricks and other rubble. Wire fencing has been placed along the entire footpath, keeping people away.
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BeckerFraserPhotos September 2010 photograph 020
A police officer and solider on duty on Riccarton Road, a demolished shop in the distance. 'Police Emergency' tape has been placed over the road to create a temporary cordon.
BeckerFraserPhotos September 2010 photograph 021
BeckerFraserPhotos September 2010 photograph 021
Daffodils in Hagley park. The earthquake had not destroyed spring in the garden city.
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BeckerFraserPhotos September 2010 photograph 022
Diggers work to clear the rubble from a demolished building on Victoria Street. The Victoria Clock Tower can be seen in the distance.
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BeckerFraserPhotos September 2010 photograph 023
Diggers work to clear the rubble from a demolished building on Victoria Street. The Victoria Clock Tower can be seen in the distance.
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BeckerFraserPhotos September 2010 photograph 024
A police officer and soldier talk with a demolition contractor on Victoria Street. Tape has been placed across the street to create a temporary cordon. In the distance, a pile of rubble from a demolished building can be seen.