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 109
Photograph by Jocelyn Kinghorn 109
View down High Street. On the left is the ANZ Bank Chambers, which has been cordoned off with road cones and fencing. The Excelsior Hotel can be seen on the right.
Photograph by Jocelyn Kinghorn 110
Photograph by Jocelyn Kinghorn 110
The three-storey masonry building which housed the Ruben Blades Hairdressing Academy, and the Honey Pot Caf_. Fencing and road cones have been placed along the footpath to keep the public away.
Photograph by Jocelyn Kinghorn 111
Photograph by Jocelyn Kinghorn 111
Workers in a cherry picker outside the the Excelsior hotel. Fencing and road cones have been placed around the footpath to keep the public away from the damaged buildings.
Photograph by Jocelyn Kinghorn 112
Photograph by Jocelyn Kinghorn 112
Detail of a building on the corner of Manchester Street and Struthers Lane. A room covered in grafitti has been exposed after the wall crumbled.
Photograph by Jocelyn Kinghorn 113
Photograph by Jocelyn Kinghorn 113
Detail of a building on the corner of Manchester Street and Struthers Lane. A room covered in grafitti has been exposed after the wall crumbled. Scaffolding can be seen in front.
Photograph by Jocelyn Kinghorn 114
Photograph by Jocelyn Kinghorn 114
Damaged buildings on Manchester Street. Cordon fencing has been placed in front to keep the public away from the dangerous buildings.
Photograph by Jocelyn Kinghorn 115
Photograph by Jocelyn Kinghorn 115
Damaged buildings on Manchester Street. Cordon fencing has been placed in front to keep the public away from the dangerous buildings.
Photograph by Jocelyn Kinghorn 116
Photograph by Jocelyn Kinghorn 116
View down Tuam Street. On the left is the building housing the Real Groovy music shop, which relocated there after the September earthquake. Beside it is the former Odeon Theatre.
Photograph by Jocelyn Kinghorn 117
Photograph by Jocelyn Kinghorn 117
The Odeon Theatre on Tuam Street.
Photograph by Jocelyn Kinghorn 118
Photograph by Jocelyn Kinghorn 118
A damaged building on the corner of Manchester and Welles Streets. Cordon fencing and road cones have been placed around the footpath and road to contain the demolition rubble and to keep the public away. On the fence is a sign that says 'No Entry'. 69-73 Manchester Street.
Photograph by Jocelyn Kinghorn 119
Photograph by Jocelyn Kinghorn 119
Bricks fallen from the facade of this building on the corner of Manchester and Welles Streets have destroyed its awning and are strewn across the footpath and road.
Photograph by Jocelyn Kinghorn 120
Photograph by Jocelyn Kinghorn 120
Bricks fallen from the facade of this building on the corner of Manchester and Welles Streets have destroyed its awning and are strewn across the footpath and road.