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 037
Photograph by Jocelyn Kinghorn 037
Damage to a building on Montreal Street where a part of the brick wall has fallen out.
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Photograph by Jocelyn Kinghorn 038
Damage to a building on Montreal Street where a part of the brick wall has fallen onto the footpath.
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Photograph by Jocelyn Kinghorn 039
A garage roof damaged by a fallen chinmey on Montreal Street.
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Photograph by Jocelyn Kinghorn 040
Damage to a brick fence on Bealey Avenue.
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Photograph by Jocelyn Kinghorn 041
The roof of a house damaged by a fallen chimney on Springfield Road.
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Photograph by Jocelyn Kinghorn 042
A fallen chimney on Derby Street has left a pile of bricks on the roof of the house and damaged the fence.
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Photograph by Jocelyn Kinghorn 043
The facade of the building housing the Daily Bagel and the Covent Fruit Centre has fallen away, leaving the building unstable and dangerous. The front wall has toppled onto the footpath leaving a pile of bricks. The front windows of this and surrounding buildings have been spray-painted with USAR codes 'No Go' and the times they were checked.
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Photograph by Jocelyn Kinghorn 044
Damage to buildings on the corner of Victoria and Bealey Street with a pile of brick on the side. Two front windows have been spray-painted with the words 'No Go' and the time the building was checked.
Photograph by Jocelyn Kinghorn 045
Photograph by Jocelyn Kinghorn 045
Damage to the Knox Church. On the ground is the word 'Danger' spray-painted on the footpath.
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Photograph by Jocelyn Kinghorn 046
Damage to the front entrance of the Knox Church. The building has been spray-painted with USAR codes indicating it has been checked.
Photograph by Jocelyn Kinghorn 047
Photograph by Jocelyn Kinghorn 047
Damage to the front entrance of the Knox Church. The building has been spray-painted with USAR codes. In the background is a row of damaged buildings where the front walls have fallen onto the footpath.
Photograph by Jocelyn Kinghorn 048
Photograph by Jocelyn Kinghorn 048
A cordoned-off section of Victoria Street, where buildings have been damaged and the footpath covered with fallen bricks.