NicksPlace Photographs

Photographs taken by Nick McIlroy.

Last updated
8:16am 29th October 2017
Type
Collection
Identifier
qsr-collection:12273

Contains 271 items


NicksPlace Photograph 229
NicksPlace Photograph 229
The Hotel Grand Chancellor seen over the top of a house. The slumping of the hotel to one side can be clearly seen.
NicksPlace Photograph 230
NicksPlace Photograph 230
Damage to a brick bulding. Part of the double-brick wall has collapsed, exposing the interior of the building.
NicksPlace Photograph 231
NicksPlace Photograph 231
Cracking in the brickwork of a residential building.
NicksPlace Photograph 232
NicksPlace Photograph 232
Damage to St John the Baptist church in Latimer Square.
NicksPlace Photograph 233
NicksPlace Photograph 233
Damage to St John the Baptist church in Latimer Square.
NicksPlace Photograph 234
NicksPlace Photograph 234
Damage to a building on the corner of Madras and Hereford Streets, the upper floor of which has collapsed.
NicksPlace Photograph 235
NicksPlace Photograph 235
Bricks and a window frame fallen from the wall of a single-storey building. The gap left by the fallen wall has been covered with plywood sheeting.
NicksPlace Photograph 236
NicksPlace Photograph 236
The Hotel Grand Chancellor seen over the tops of other buildings. The slumping of the hotel to one side can be clearly seen.
NicksPlace Photograph 237
NicksPlace Photograph 237
The top of the Hotel Grand Chancellor. The slumping of the hotel to one side can be clearly seen.
NicksPlace Photograph 238
NicksPlace Photograph 238
The Hotel Grand Chancellor seen over the tops of other buildings. The slumping of the hotel to one side can be clearly seen.
NicksPlace Photograph 239
NicksPlace Photograph 239
Broken bricks and building rubble lie on a lawn. In the background a cross decorates the side of a building.
NicksPlace Photograph 240
NicksPlace Photograph 240
Damage to a brick building. Earthquake-strengthening ties have prevented the gable end from collapsing, but large cracks are still visible.