Jocelyn Kinghorn's Photographs

Photographs of the earthquake damage around Christchurch, taken by Jocelyn Kinghorn.

Last updated
8:16am 29th October 2017
Type
Collection
Identifier
qsr-collection:12440

Contains 1,404 items


Photograph by Jocelyn Kinghorn 2660
Photograph by Jocelyn Kinghorn 2660
The backs of damage bulidings on High Street and demolition rubble seen from Tuam Street.
Photograph by Jocelyn Kinghorn 2661
Photograph by Jocelyn Kinghorn 2661
Looking to the Alice in Videoland building from a vacant site left by the demolition of a building.
Photograph by Jocelyn Kinghorn 2662
Photograph by Jocelyn Kinghorn 2662
Demolition of the Lumley House, beside the BDO House seen from the back, near the Knox Church car park.
Photograph by Jocelyn Kinghorn 2663
Photograph by Jocelyn Kinghorn 2663
Damage to the Knox Church on Bealey Avenue.
Photograph by Jocelyn Kinghorn 2664
Photograph by Jocelyn Kinghorn 2664
Vacant site left after the demolition of a building.
Photograph by Jocelyn Kinghorn 2665
Photograph by Jocelyn Kinghorn 2665
Autumn leaves on the trees along a residential street.
Photograph by Jocelyn Kinghorn 2666
Photograph by Jocelyn Kinghorn 2666
The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints on Fendalton Road.
Photograph by Jocelyn Kinghorn 2667
Photograph by Jocelyn Kinghorn 2667
The bathhouse at Mona Vale seen through some trees.
Photograph by Jocelyn Kinghorn 2668
Photograph by Jocelyn Kinghorn 2668
Damage to the Mona Vale Homestead which has been cordoned off.
Photograph by Jocelyn Kinghorn 2669
Photograph by Jocelyn Kinghorn 2669
Some cracks visible on the Mona Vale bathhouse.
Photograph by Jocelyn Kinghorn 2670
Photograph by Jocelyn Kinghorn 2670
The Avon river through Mona Vale where some punting rides depart from.
Photograph by Jocelyn Kinghorn 2671
Photograph by Jocelyn Kinghorn 2671
A information board on the fence around the Homestead at Mona Vale. It says 'This hertiage building is managed by the Christchurch City Council on behalf of the city's residents. Until recently it served as a restaurant and function centre. This building was damaged in the 2010/2011 Canterbury earthquakes and ongoing aftershocks. Propping walls and other support is designed to keep the building weather-proof until a decision about its future can be made'.