Becker Fraser Earthquake Photographs November 2010

Photographs taken by BeckerFraserPhotos in November 2010.

Last updated
7:55pm 31st October 2017
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Contains 63 items


BeckerFraserPhotos November 2010 photograph 37
BeckerFraserPhotos November 2010 photograph 37
Portaloos along Avonside Drive.
BeckerFraserPhotos November 2010 photograph 38
BeckerFraserPhotos November 2010 photograph 38
The dairy on the corner of Woodham and Gloucester Street. The top wall has collapsed onto the footpath, the hole covered by a tarpaulin. Road cones and fencing have been placed around the building.
BeckerFraserPhotos November 2010 photograph 39
BeckerFraserPhotos November 2010 photograph 39
A dairy on the corner of Gloucester and Woodham Streets. The top wall of the building has crumbled onto the street. A tarpaulin has been placed over the hole to prevent weather damage inside the building. Fencing and road cones cordon off the building along the street.
BeckerFraserPhotos November 2010 photograph 40
BeckerFraserPhotos November 2010 photograph 40
The electoral office of Jim Anderton MP in Selwyn Street.
BeckerFraserPhotos November 2010 photograph 41
BeckerFraserPhotos November 2010 photograph 41
A seat on the corner of London and Canterbury Streets looking west up London Street.
BeckerFraserPhotos November 2010 photograph 42
BeckerFraserPhotos November 2010 photograph 42
The Harbourlight Theatre on London Street in Lyttelton. There is cracking along the side of the building and damage to the domes on top of the towers. Bracing has been placed at the top to limit further damage and to stop debris from falling on the road.
BeckerFraserPhotos November 2010 photograph 43
BeckerFraserPhotos November 2010 photograph 43
The Coastal Living design store on London Street in Lyttelton, still open and buzzing after the 4 September earthquake.
BeckerFraserPhotos November 2010 photograph 44
BeckerFraserPhotos November 2010 photograph 44
The Empire Hotel on London Street in Lyttelton. Bracing has been placed on the front of the building to keep it together and limit further damage from aftershocks. Fencing around the building has been used to cordon it off.
BeckerFraserPhotos November 2010 photograph 45
BeckerFraserPhotos November 2010 photograph 45
The Empire Hotel on London Street in Lyttelton. Bracing has been placed on the front of the building to keep it together and limit further damage from aftershocks. Fencing around the building has been used to cordon it off.
BeckerFraserPhotos November 2010 photograph 46
BeckerFraserPhotos November 2010 photograph 46
A seat on the corner of London and Oxford Streets in Lyttelton, looking east along London Street.
BeckerFraserPhotos November 2010 photograph 47
BeckerFraserPhotos November 2010 photograph 47
A store in Lyttelton with boarded up and braced windows. Fencing and road cones have been placed around the edge to make a cordon.
BeckerFraserPhotos November 2010 photograph 48
BeckerFraserPhotos November 2010 photograph 48
The Lyttelton Historical Museum on the corner of Norwich Quay and Donald Street