Becker Fraser Earthquake Photographs November 2010

Photographs taken by BeckerFraserPhotos in November 2010.

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7:55pm 31st October 2017
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BeckerFraserPhotos November 2010 photograph 13
BeckerFraserPhotos November 2010 photograph 13
A building on Manchester Street near High Street. The front wall has partially crumbled around the windows, bricks fallen out.
BeckerFraserPhotos November 2010 photograph 14
BeckerFraserPhotos November 2010 photograph 14
A building on Lichfield Street with damage to the top storey facade and roof. Fabric has been strapped to the roof and windows have been boarded up to prevent weather damage to the inside of building. Fencing has been placed around the exterior of the building.
BeckerFraserPhotos November 2010 photograph 15
BeckerFraserPhotos November 2010 photograph 15
St Pauls Trinity-Pacific Presbyterian Church on the corner of Cashel and Madras Streets. Scaffolding has been placed around the left dome of the building which was damaged during the 4 September earthquake. Plastic has also been placed over the dome to protect the inside from weather damage.
BeckerFraserPhotos November 2010 photograph 16
BeckerFraserPhotos November 2010 photograph 16
St Pauls Trinity-Pacific Presbyterian Church on the corner of Cashel and Madras Streets. Scaffolding has been placed around the left dome of the building which was damaged during the 4 September earthquake. Plastic has also been placed over the dome to protect the inside from weather damage.
BeckerFraserPhotos November 2010 photograph 17
BeckerFraserPhotos November 2010 photograph 17
The Octagon Live Restaurant (formerly Trinity Church) on Worcester Street. Bracing has been placed on the tower to limit further damage from aftershocks. Sculptures of a cyclist, bungee jumper , rock climber and kayaker can be seen on the bracing posts.
BeckerFraserPhotos November 2010 photograph 18
BeckerFraserPhotos November 2010 photograph 18
The Remembrance Day service at the Bridge of Remembrance on Cashel Street.
BeckerFraserPhotos November 2010 photograph 19
BeckerFraserPhotos November 2010 photograph 19
The Remembrance Day service at the Bridge of Remembrance on Cashel Street.
BeckerFraserPhotos November 2010 photograph 20
BeckerFraserPhotos November 2010 photograph 20
The demolition of Manchester Courts on Manchester Street. A crane is holding a platform above the building. A cordon made of shipping containers, fencing and a "Road closed" sign can be seen.
BeckerFraserPhotos November 2010 photograph 21
BeckerFraserPhotos November 2010 photograph 21
The Oxford Terrace Baptist Church with cracks on the front facade. Bracing has been placed under the roof and at the front of the church to support the building and limit further damage from aftershocks.
BeckerFraserPhotos November 2010 photograph 22
BeckerFraserPhotos November 2010 photograph 22
The Oxford Terrace Baptist Church with cracks on the front facade. Bracing has been placed under the roof and at the front of the church to support the building and limit further damage from aftershocks.
BeckerFraserPhotos November 2010 photograph 23
BeckerFraserPhotos November 2010 photograph 23
The Oxford Terrace Baptist Church with cracks on the front facade. Bracing has been placed under the roof and at the front of the church to support the building and limit further damage from aftershocks. A cordon has been made around the building with fencing and road cones.
BeckerFraserPhotos November 2010 photograph 24
BeckerFraserPhotos November 2010 photograph 24
Cracks on Bracken Street in Avonside.