Mark Lincoln's Earthquake Videos

Videos taken by Mark Lincoln.

Last updated
8:44pm 28th October 2017
Type
Collection
Identifier
qsr-collection:12500

14 items


Mark Lincoln Video 01
Mark Lincoln Video 01
A video showing a crack running across Avonside Drive near Kerrs Reach.
Mark Lincoln Video 02
Mark Lincoln Video 02
A video taken from a vehicle showing liquefaction and flooding on St Asaph Street.
Mark Lincoln Video 03
Mark Lincoln Video 03
A video taken from a vehicle showing slow-moving heavy traffic following the 22 February 2011 earthquake. Note that the audio has been removed from this video for copyright reasons.
Mark Lincoln Video 04
Mark Lincoln Video 04
A video taken from a vehicle showing liquefaction and flooding on Breezes Road.
Mark Lincoln Video 05
Mark Lincoln Video 05
A video showing a military aeroplane flying over Christchurch, following the 22 February earthquake.
Mark Lincoln Video 06
Mark Lincoln Video 06
A video of a helicopter taking off from a playing field in Wainoni.
Mark Lincoln Video 07
Mark Lincoln Video 07
A video taken inside the roof space of a damaged house in Avonside.
Mark Lincoln Video 08
Mark Lincoln Video 08
A video of an attempt to demolish a damaged garden wall by pulling it down with a tow-rope attached to a car.
Mark Lincoln Video 09
Mark Lincoln Video 09
A video of water damage from broken pipes inside an office building.
Mark Lincoln Video 10
Mark Lincoln Video 10
A video of water damage from broken pipes inside an office building.
Mark Lincoln Video 11
Mark Lincoln Video 11
A video taken from a vehicle driving through the CBD Red Zone inside the cordon. The video shows damage to roads and buildings, and workers clearing rubble and demolishing buildings. Mark says, "I took this video when a few of us from our office were escorted into the red zone to collect gear from our office (which is still inside a cordoned-off area today)".
Mark Lincoln Video 12
Mark Lincoln Video 12
A video taken from a vehicle driving through the CBD Red Zone inside the cordon. The video shows damage to roads and buildings, and workers clearing rubble and demolishing buildings. Mark says, "I took this video when a few of us from our office were escorted into the red zone to collect gear from our office (which is still inside a cordoned-off area today)".